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What You Should Know About Standing Orders

August 13, 2020 5:22 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The term “standing order” refers to a specific type of court order that immediately takes effect when a case is filed. These orders are used in a variety of case types, and are most commonly seen in family law cases. In these cases, the judges of a county or district court come together to establish a general set of rules to apply to cases until a more permanent arrangement can be reached. One common manifestation of a standing order in Phoenix, AZ is a temporary restraining order, which you’ll typically see in divorces or cases involving children. Here’s a quick... View Article

Will AI Be the Future in Court Reporting?

July 24, 2020 5:27 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Court reporting technology continues to reshape the legal landscape. Specifically, AI court reporting in Phoenix, AZ has become an important technology that could drastically change the future of court reporting. This legal artificial intelligence could help the industry overcome several challenges it is currently facing, but some wonder if this is the best direction for court reporting to take. Here’s the scoop. Court reporter shortage One of the main reasons the courts are turning to AI solutions is the shortage of human court reporters. Based on the average age of today’s stenographers, it is estimate that more than two thirds... View Article

Best Practices for Managing a Remote Deposition

July 10, 2020 5:27 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Conducting remote depositions in Phoenix, AZ is becoming more and more common. Technology has made this process possible, and societal circumstances have made it essential. Because it is becoming such a common practice, it is crucial for anyone conducting a remote deposition in Phoenix, AZ to understand best practices for this task. Following are some of the most important things to keep in mind as you complete your remote deposition. Proper prep Formal notice: You must send a formal notice of deposition to everyone involved. This notice must inform all parties how you plan to conduct the deposition and what... View Article

Participant Checklist for Remote Depositions

June 30, 2020 7:01 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

When you’re setting up, leading or are a witness in a remote deposition, having an idea of what’s expected of you makes the proceedings go smoothly. At Bartelt | Nix Reporting, LLC, we have years of experience conducting remote depositions. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, many attorneys, clients and witnesses are now becoming much more familiar with remote depositions, allowing their cases to move along while the rest of the world is on hold. Remote deposition checklist We’ve curated a remote deposition checklist in Phoenix, AZ that will help you perform each task that needs to be done, whether you’re... View Article

Internet Connections for Remote Depositions

June 16, 2020 7:01 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Now that we’re in the COVID-19 age, the importance of remote work cannot be understated. Many of us are finding that we can conduct our depositions and other legal proceedings from the comforts of our own home, but that presupposes we have the technology and a fast-enough internet connection to do so. At Bartelt | Nix Reporting, LLC, we use LiveLitigation, LiveNote and Zoom for our remote depositions and other proceedings—they’re excellent tools, but they can take up a lot of bandwidth, and you don’t want to miss a thing during a deposition. Here are some of our best tips... View Article