Our Court Reporter Blog

Too many people make the mistake of thinking that the court reporter industry is one that is static and plodding in terms of its changes and its innovations. The truth of the matter is that this industry, much like the legal world overall, is one that is constantly changing and moving forward. Those who make sure to remain up-to-date with regards to these changes will provide themselves with clear professional advantages. They will see forthcoming trends and they will stay ahead of the curve with regards to how they provide their services.

As such, the team at Elizabeth Gallo Court Reporting, LLC is writing a court reporter blog that will focus on news and events that could affect you and your career. We will provide regular updates with stories that relate to what court reporters do and any trends that should be noticed. We hope that you will continue to check back regularly to see what’s happening in the court reporter world. You’ll only have to look in one place for this news and you’ll stay on top of everything that’s happening.

Social Media Litigation: Free Speech or Censorship?

In 2017 now-retired Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy noted in an opinion on a First Amendment case before the Court that the impact of social media in the cyber age was revolutionary. Indeed, Justice Kennedy went further to note it was one of the most important places to exchange ideas and likened it to a. Continue reading…

Judge is Disqualified Due to Facebook Relationship with Litigant

  The Court of Appeals of Wisconsin recently held that a judge’s acceptance of a Facebook “friend” request from a party with a pending motion creates the appearance of impropriety. Accordingly, such a social medial relationship warrants replacement of the judge. The Court did not, however, go so far as to draw a bright-line rule. Continue reading…

Johnson and Johnson faces $572 Million Judgment Regarding Opioid Crisis

Oklahoma judge Thad Balkman of Cleveland County ordered Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries to pay $572 million into a state fund to help reduce the opioid crisis in Oklahoma. This ruling was the first of its kind to make it to a final ruling. It comes as nearly 2,000 lawsuits, filed by various government. Continue reading…

Federal Court Says Georgia Must Have Paper Ballots

On August 15th, Federal Judge Amy Totenberg issued a 153-page ruling saying that the “long and twisted” saga of the State’s voting systems was nearing a conclusion. Georgia remains one of five status in the U.S. that uses touchscreen voting machines with no paper back up mechanism or record keeping ability. However, earlier this year,. Continue reading…

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