SERVICES: DEPOSITION REPORTING
OUR NETWORK OF
reporters IS VAST,
The need for speed is great, and so is unimpeachable accuracy. Kramm Court Reporting delivers both. In California and throughout the U.S., our large team of talented, technically-trained California Certified Court Reporters and Nationally Certified Realtime Reporters stand ready to meet all of your legal transcription needs. Our network includes international court reporters and stenographers who adhere to Kramm’s strict standards. We are available by phone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to handle any scheduling needs.
Speed and quality are paramount. We provide same-day delivery of realtime transcripts, 10-day turnaround of our standard transcript in the designated format, and our online Case 24/7 technology for 24-hours-a-day access to all your cases documents, all of which have been reviewed three times in order to meet our meticulous standards.
Kramm Court Reporting provides court reporting services in all major cities throughout California and nationwide:
> Los Angeles
> San Diego
> San Francisco
> San Jose
> Long Beach
> Orange County
> Santa Ana
We provide realtime court reporting compatible with all leading realtime software, including CaseView, LiveNote, Transcript Pro, Binder, Bridge, Summation and Visionary. Attorneys can view instantaneous transcription of the testimony on their laptops at depositions and arbitrations. Attorneys with litigation support software can code issues and annotate text. At the end of the deposition, we provide the realtime transcript via email in the specified format.
LIVEFEED VIA THE INTERNET
Kramm sends live video feeds and realtime transcripts over the Internet directly to clients anywhere in the world. An expert witness can be testifying in Chicago while an attorney in San Francisco monitors the realtime transcript. Clients can monitor multiple depositions in a single day, without the time and expense of travel.
Providing transcripts in a variety of formats is standard at Kramm. After all, a paralegal might need a PDF file, while an attorney wants a .txt file. We typically provide:
> Same-day rough drafts in ASCII and/or condensed transcript format
> Transcripts in ASCII, .txt and PDF formats
> Exhibits in PDF and/or TIFF formats
> Condensed transcript with word index