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Tips to Improve Your Conference Room Etiquette

January 24, 2019 7:20 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Attorneys and court reporters spend a lot of time in conference rooms conducting meetings, having consultations, running depositions or taking care of closings for business and real estate transactions. Given how much of the job involves meeting in these conference rooms, it’s always important to have reminders of the types of conference room etiquette you should practice, especially when you consider these conference rooms are almost always shared spaces. So, with this in mind, here are some tips from a legal videographer in Phoenix, AZ about how you can improve your conference room etiquette: Schedule your rooms in advance: Don’t... View Article

What to Look for in a Video Conferencing System

September 20, 2018 8:41 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you are not familiar with video conferencing systems, don’t worry. Most people have very little basic knowledge or experience with these complex systems, so you are not alone. Thankfully, there are a lot of resources out there to connect you with the video conferencing equipment and services you need, without your having to learn the technology yourself. A lot of our clients know our company for our court reporting, but are surprised to discover that we are also a legal videographer in Phoenix, AZ. We not only help our client with setting up video conferences, but we also help... View Article

The Benefits of Having a Court Reporter and a Legal Videographer in Phoenix, AZ Working Together

February 21, 2018 8:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

There are many different reasons why you might want to consult a court record during or after litigation proceedings. Transcripts provide essential information that is important to have access to, but it can be challenging to sort through hours of transcribed proceedings to find the information that you need. Looking back on video of testimony or playing it back to a jury for reference can be more convenient and effective than simply citing a recorded transcript. In addition, you can utilize video to present evidence and depose witnesses. Having both a legal videographer and a court reporter in Phoenix, AZ... View Article

Tips for Choosing a Legal Videographer

December 15, 2016 8:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you are in need of a legal videographer in Tucson, AZ, you may be wondering where to start or what qualifications to look for. The following tips will help you choose the professional who’s right for you. Look for experience. Your deposition is extremely important, so you need to make you look for a videographer with experience and an established track record. Ask about equipment. Check to see that your videographer is using the most up-to-date, high definition video equipment. That equipment should not only include the video recording equipment, but also the means to video-synch your deposition. Look... View Article

Benefits of Video Conferencing

May 15, 2016 7:54 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

When you’re in need of court reporting services, but are unable to drive the distance or successfully arrange a convenient time for all parties involved, call Bartelt Reporting, LLC and schedule a video conference deposition. Video conferencing allows you to communicate via video with individuals located anywhere in the world. We provide the tools that will allow you to record or share your deposition remotely and through our video conferencing software, you can access instant video conferences and share files with all parties involved. All of the necessary audio and video equipment is provided by us, so you’ll never have... View Article