Month: November 2018

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NNRC Announces Areas of Practice

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new Areas of Practice page. The page serves to help attorneys and paralegals find a court reporting professional that has complete and comprehensive knowledge of their area of practice, as well as additional resources to help professionals learn more about the certain field. The NNRC’s certified court reporters include specialists of over a dozen areas of practice—from criminal law, to entertainment law, to labor law.

Legal professionals know just how important it is to have a litigation team that can follow each and every step that might come their way in a court room and deposition. Having a court reporter that is fluent in the difficult language and nuances that come with the field leads to an unparalleled accuracy on transcripts—and that accuracy can make a world of difference on someone’s case. This is why the NNRC has made it their mission to offer only the best specialists the court reporting world has to offer.

It’s amazing that the NNRC can cover attorneys across the world and still provide the quality service a small firm would,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “They are professional, and they get the job done.”

But the NNRC is more than a resource for quality court reporting—the company is a fully stocked litigation firm. Attorneys across the nation and world can come to the NNRC for each and every one of their legal needs. Legal video, trial presentation, and video conferencing are only a few among the many litigation support options presented by the NNRC.

To learn more about the NNRC and all of their offered services, call (866) 337-6672, or email debbed@nnrc.com.

Cady Reporting Announces New Resources Page

(Cleveland, Ohio) November 28, 2018

Cady Reporting is pleased to announce a new series of pages on their website. The “Resources” section serves not only as a resource for potential clients to learn more about the world of court reporting, but for court reporters to hone and perfect their skills. The new section will include separate pages that cover Frequently Asked Questions about the world of court reporting, Tips for a Successful Deposition, Basics for Scheduling a Deposition, and information about Technologies Used Today.

This addition is yet another example of how the professionals at Cady Reporting are dedicated to improving the lives of their clients. The staff is fully aware just how important it is that their clients be educated, so that they can make the right decision for their case. It is this dedication that has kept the firm’s doors open for almost 40 years.

Each and every one of the firm’s innovations have come to be from the needs of clients. When the staff realized their clients needed more than just quality court reporting services, they added a wide array of litigation services—from legal videography to subpoena service. As law firms became more specialized, their Cleveland court reporters started to specialize in a number of areas of practice—covering fields from personal injury law, to maritime law.

Cady Reporting knows just how important it is that clients have a variety of litigation options to choose from—as the more specific they can get, the more helpful a service will be. A criminal defense lawyer benefits most from booking a court reporter that has full understanding of their casework. It is an invaluable resource.

“Cady Reporting is truly a quality court reporting firm,” Michael Tristan Petrone of Cooper City says. “They really go above and beyond to make sure all their clients’ needs are satisfied.”

For more information about the firm, call (216) 861-9270, email cadystaff@cadyreporting.com, or visit their office.

Western Reserve Building
1468 West 9th Street, Suite 440
Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Mark Shalloway Defines What Financial Exploitation of Elders Is

(West Palm Beach, Florida) November 15, 2018

Mark Shalloway, owner of Shalloway and Shalloway, is pleased to announce the firm’s newsletter on financial exploitation of elders. While most people think of elder abuse as physical assault or neglect, there is much more that can cause serious harm to a senior. Out of the types of abuse that unfortunately befall too many vulnerable adults, financial exploitation is one of the most prevalent.

“Elders are financially exploited when an individual illegally takes, misuses, or conceals their funds, properties or assets.” The newsletter states. Shalloway’s piece outlines that the two of the most common forms of financial abuse include fraud by strangers, or exploitation by relatives and/or caregivers.

In this newsletter, Shalloway informs us that, while there is no clear-cut definition of financial abuse, there are many signs to look out for. From strangers, it could mean a sweepstakes winner scam, where the winner must pay a ridiculous fee before claiming their “prize,” or gold bar/diamond scam, where the scammer offers to purchase the elder’s “fake” jewelry at a large discount. From, a relative, it could mean signing/cashing pension checks without permission, or continually borrowing money and never repaying it. To learn more about what financial abuse is, and how to recognize it, read the newsletter.

This publication is one of many from the elder law firm, Shalloway and Shalloway. The staff are dedicated to not only protecting the rights of the elder community, but educating these elders and their family members so that they can better protect themselves and their assets. The firm’s free, monthly seminars are designed to take that teaching and put a face to the name.

The staff at Shalloway & Shalloway truly care about the people,” Brandon Bell of St. Louis, Missouri says. “That is the most important aspect of their work, I think.”

For more information on Shalloway and Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, go to their website, or visit their offices.

1400 Centrepark Blvd, Suite #600, West Palm Beach, FL 33401