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TMCNet:  Naples Reporting Opens State-Of-The-Art Court Reporting Facility in North Naples

[January 14, 2013]

Naples Reporting Opens State-Of-The-Art Court Reporting Facility in North Naples

Naples, Florida, Jan 14, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- On April 1st, Naples Reporting will move their court reporting offices to 999 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Suite 200 in North Naples, Florida.

Their freshly appointed offices will include: High Definition Video Conferencing, Complimentary Conference Rooms, Complimentary WiFi with Fiber Optic Bandwidth, Complimentary Conference Calls, and Complimentary Beverage Service.

Naples Reporting offers state-of-the-art court reporting services that are easy to use and save its clients' time and money. Digital court reporting, Naples Reporting's core service, uses broadcast-quality, multi-channel audio equipment to provide unparalleled transcription accuracy when compared to traditional court reporting methods. By isolating individual voices, legal transcriptionists are able to accurately transcribe heated arguments when traditional stenography would be unable. Since no stenographers are required, digitally reported deposition and hearing transcripts are delivered faster and more efficiently than ever before.


Legal Videography by Naples Reporting adds a stunning visual element to any trial presentation. Juries are able to see key witnesses' facial expressions, body language, and other non-verbal cues to paint a more clear picture of the circumstances.

Naples Reporting's high definition video conferencing system adds the ultimate clarity and convenience for out-of-state attorneys who need to depose Naples' vast array of expert witnesses. Not only can the attorneys conduct the depositions from the comfort of their home office, they can also provide significant value to their clients by observing the significant cost and time savings of avoiding travel.

Naples Reporting is affiliated with International Alliance of Professional Reporters and Transcribers (IAPRT), American Association of Electronic Reports and Transcribers (AAERT), Collier County Bar Association and is a proud member of the National Notary Association.

For More Information, download the digital court reporting whitepaper, visit the Naples Reporting website, or call 877-545-DEPO (3376).

Naples Reporting - Court Reporting, Redefined.

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