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Save Our Court Records
Save Our Court Records is a volunteer organization created to educate on topics impacting the court reporting industry for the benefit of those who utilize court reporting services.
“I found that the problems that I faced in my marketplace were shared by many of my colleagues nationally. The vast majority of reporters are ethical and provide great service, but far too often, those who circumvent the laws and ethics that provide for fair and impartial treatment in our court systems are able to garner an advantage in the marketplace to the detriment of the consumer,” says Lisa Migliore Black, founder of Save Our Court Records.
The individual reporter and small agency can’t effectively educate consumers on a national scale singularly, but collectively, reporters can use the advantage of their client contact to arm attorneys and litigants with the knowledge they need to make the right decision when choosing reporting services. Save Our Court Records puts FREE personalized marketing tools in the hands of reporters who uphold the highest degree of professionalism.
For more information about free membership and participation, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all of the Save Our Court Record volunteers!
Court reporters, earn affordable CEU credits from the comfort of your home! Are you an ethical reporter or firm owner who finds it frustrating to compete against firms that entice their clients with gifting and bribing for their book of business? You are not alone and help has arrived! Learn how to compete, keep your [...]
Imagine hiring a landscaping company located across the country to find a neighbor kid to mow your lawn for you. That doesn’t make sense, does it? After all, you know your neighborhood and your own backyard better than someone thousands of miles away. Plus, there’s sure to be hefty overhead fee associated with the [...]
Upon the heels of a victory in a matter before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Lisa Migliore Black and Migliore & Associates seek damages from Kentuckiana Reporters, LLC, under the protections afforded by the Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act and the Lanham Act. Click here to read the complaint. Press Release: LOCAL COMPANY FILES FEDERAL [...]
Not only are our nation’s Congressional records preserved by court reporters, recognition for the important work we perform everyday in the legal community, on broadcast television, and for the deaf and hard-of-hearing makes it onto the Congressional record. HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE RON KIND OF WISCONSIN RECOGNIZES NATIONAL COURT REPORTING AND CAPTIONING WEEK February 17-23 Thursday, February [...]
One court reporter learned how important it was to protect her business online. To read the article published in the NCRA Journal of Court Reporting, click here.
Let’s face it. Technology makes life easier. It helps us finish tasks faster, more efficiently and more effectively. That’s why Migliore & Associates has long been known for being among the first to embrace the new technologies and tools that leading law firms and their clients need to ensure the results they desire. Watch this [...]
Attorneys owe it to their clients to provide the very best representation possible–and many have turned to technology to help them do just that. Using real-time reporting saves valuable time in the discovery and trial process by giving attorneys instant access to the testimony to digest immediately. Many attorneys also say that receiving a real-time [...]
“I’m relieved by this ruling,” said Lisa Migliore Black, founder of Migliore & Associates. “I’ve spent my whole career building a great reputation for my company, and to think that someone could misuse something as integral to me and my company as my name is unimaginable.” LOCAL COMPANY WINS DOMAIN NAME DISPUTE AGAINST COMPETITOR Arbitrator Finds [...]
Reprinted from Journal of Court Reporting, June 2008 How many reporters quit the business altogether because of bad firm experiences? As a court reporter and former teacher who loves our profession, I hate seeing new reporters end their careers before they have even begun. Our future relies on these rare souls with the tenacity to [...]