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(Las Vegas, Nevada) October 1, 2019
Envision Legal is pleased to announce their new page on frequently asked questions about court reporters. While court reporting isn’t rocket-science, many legal professionals often have questions about what it is court reporters do, what it takes to be a court reporter, and how court reporters complete their job. Envision Legal took four of the most popular court reporting questions—how do steno-keyboards work, how many words can court reporters write per minute, how do you become a certified court reporter, and will court reporters be replaced by recording devices—and answered them in a matter-of-fact form that leaves no room for further questions.
For 20 years, the woman-led court reporting firm has been a staple of the Las Vegas area. The dedicated staff has worked cases of all shapes and sizes for all areas of practice. They combine big-city expectation with small-city service. Each client is treated like their only client. Individual attorneys have individual needs, and at Envision, every one of those needs are taken in to consideration.
“In a big city like Las Vegas, it is important to have a legal service you can count on time and time again,” Jacob Blumenfrucht of New York says. “Reliability can be hard to come by when firms have hundreds and hundreds of clients. At Envision Legal, you don’t have to worry about that. Clients are treated like individuals with individualized needs.”
These Las Vegas court reporters provide far more than stellar court reporting. At Envision, clients can schedule just about any litigation support service they need. Envision’s professionals are well versed in video deposition, real-time trial support, e-discovery, and so much more. There is nothing an attorney can’t do with Envision Legal by their side.
For more information on Envision Legal, call (702) 805-4800, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.