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court reporter

n.
A stenographer who makes a verbatim record and transcription of court proceedings.

court′ report′er


n.
a stenographer employed to record the proceedings of a court.
[1890–95, Amer.]
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17 May 2019 - US-based litigation support services provider Lexitas has made acquisition of two court reporting companies in the Northeastern US, the company said.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court will be hearing dueling perspectives on Monday on a proposal to spread the use of digital audio recording as an alternative to standard court reporting.
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Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, the bill goes after insurance companies and national court reporting companies who create long-term contracts, obligating attorneys to use one of the court reporters they contract with.
Los Angeles, CA, April 29, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters (http://www.depo.com/), a court reporting firm, is celebrating their 30th year as a leading provider of court reporting services.
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Mary Beth Johnson, professor of court reporting at the Community College of Allegheny County (Pa.), has been named 2014 Educator of the Year by the National Court Reporters Association.
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