Cady Reporting Announces History of Stenographs

Credit: Stenograph

(Cleveland, Ohio) June 18, 2020

Cady Reporting is pleased to announce their history of the stenograph. A stenograph is the court reporter’s main tool allows them to record over 200 words a minute with the machine’s phonetic set-up and extensive training. Since its development in the late 1800s, the stenograph has changed greatly, but its core function has remained the same: it allows court reporters to record what is said during legal proceedings with unmatched speed. Cady Reporting’s timeline of the stenograph allows readers to learn about the development of the machine that is so crucial to a court reporter’s job, and in turn, a little more about court reporters as a whole.

In the city of Cleveland, Ohio, Cady Reporting is the primary litigation support firm for attorneys. Since 1979, the family-owned firm has made a name for itself due to it’s accurate reporters and responsive staff. The needs of Cady’s clients come first– something the business was built on since its inception.

“Cady Reporting symbolizes excellence in all they do,” one client says. “They are helpful, polite, and professional. They are our go-to firm in Cleveland and the surrounding areas. Our highest recommendation.”
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These Cleveland court reporters are guaranteed to be the timely, accurate, professional that attorneys have been looking for. The firm offers a wide variety of litigation support services so that attorneys can get all the legal help they need from a firm they trust. At Cady Reporting, clients are individuals with unique needs that deserve specialized treatment– and that is precisely the service they receive.

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