Entries by Marty Herder

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Important Changes Govern Court Reporting and Their Impact on Arizona Attorneys

Overwhelming support of the Bar at: Important Changes to the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration Our deepest respect and appreciation to membership of the Arizona Bar, the Court Reporting Board, the Committee on Superior Court, The Task Force on Certified Court Reporting Regulation, the Arizona Judicial Council, and the Arizona Court Reporters Association.?? The recently-approved […]

Sen. Kimberly Yee honors the Arizona Court Reporters Association for National Court Reporting and Captioning Week

Earlier this year Sen. Kimberly Yee (10th LD) presented the Arizona Court Reporters Association a Senate Proclamation?on the Arizona Senate Floor in honor of National Court Reporting and Captioning Week. ACRA leadership was then also introduced and recognized In Session before the full Senate body, as Sen. Yee generously praised the historical significance of court […]

Top TEN Reasons To Engage The Services of A Local Reporter-Owned Court Reporting Agency

1) ?Locally-owned reporting agencies provide all the court reporting-related litigation-support services available in the national marketplace efficiently and without needless costly layers of administration under the snake oil of “economies of scale.” 2) ?Independent locally-owned reporters are truly impartial, not owned by the carrier, and will not subject you and your client to unethical business […]

Alex Rodriguez Wants To Keep Video Deposition Uncirculated

A-Rod?s lawyers want to ensure privacy of?the Record as he is being questioned about personal medical issues.? Rightfully, the?judge has indicated, as with?EVERY witness,?that there are valid concerns about sensitive medical queries becoming public, as?A-Rod’s?counsel seeks to avoid leaks of his testimony. But what about your client’s transcript?? Or, is your client making you an […]