Court reporting businesses continue to lean more on digital tools due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As courtrooms and law firms adjust their models to allow for wholesale incorporation of remote trials, hearings, and depositions, the long-term implications for the legal system and the court reporting business will be profound.
We’re gathering a panel of experts to explore how firms are adapting to the new realities imposed by COVID-19 mandates. These experts will gather virtually for our live webinar, Adapting Court Reporting Businesses & Processes, on April 29th at noon EST.
The event will be moderated by Jim Cudahy of the Speech-to-Text Institute and explore the current changes the legal industry is undergoing, as well as the effects which are expected to last and affect legal professionals long-term.
Cudahy, CAE serves as the Executive Director at STTI and has extensive expertise in the legal area. Cudahy and STTI work with court reporting businesses and practitioners that come from stenography, voice writing, digital reporting and videography backgrounds as they undergo fundamental, transformative industry changes. He was formerly responsible for the build-out of the National Court Reporters Association’s first-ever marketing department, as well as its membership recruitment and retention.
Additional panelists include Anthony Sirna of Verbit, Steve Townsend of TheRecordXchange and Billy DiMonte of Planet Depos.
Join us and your legal peers live for this session to explore:
- How court reporters and other team members are adjusting to new marketplace realities
- The factors every firm owner should consider as they engage in remote depositions, including swearing in witnesses, marking exhibits and adhering to privacy laws
- How COVID-19 will accelerate the integration of new technologies made necessary by the stenographer shortage
- How to best serve clients with use of effective technology
Viewers will have the opportunity to hear the differing perspectives of Townsend, a successful entrepreneur with expertise in digital court recording technologies, as well as Billy DiMonte, who is committed to revolutionizing the court reporting industry with thought-provoking, out-of-the-box ideas.
RSVP today to join us on April 29th.