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State of Georgia Sued Over Voter Registration Law

The Jurist, a legal news and research site, reports that multiple civil rights organizations have filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp – who is also the Republican nominee for state governor – to stop enforcement of a recent election law. House Bill 268 (HB 268) has essentially placed a hold on. Continue reading…

Stenographer Is the Target of Some Fun in March Madness

Court reporters seem to pop up in all sorts of professional settings.  Most people think of them as only being found in courtrooms and/or in other legal settings, but court reporters or stenographers whose job is to record every word stated are needed in many different contexts.  Public meetings, public hearings, proceedings where statements are. Continue reading…

Taking Your Transcripts to PDF – Litigators Eliminate Hours of Busy Work

When a litigator needs to review the transcript of a deposition, hearing or trial in order to be prepared for a subsequent proceeding, that attorney has traditionally faced a difficult choice.  He or she can either spend hours upon hours poring over a paper transcript looking for useful answers or that attorney can ask staff. Continue reading…

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