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3 Myths About Transcription

          1. Transcription is easy and fast This is a myth because transcribing audio depends on several factors. Some of the things that influence the ease of transcription include: format required  the quality of the audio how clear the voice recorded is (for example – an accent) the number of persons […]

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Mobile Transcript: the Lawyer’s Lifesaver

The Mobile Transcript is a novel app that is very useful for all legal professionals.  A lawyer, paralegal, court reporters or legal assistant can employ this app to review court transcripts or depositions.  This device even allows a person to annotate their files! Lawyers often work with court reporters who upload the transcripts to the […]

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Office Solutions Plus Offers Meeting Recording

There are many different areas within our local government.  Each area has regular meetings that must go on record.  This means that all sorts of different councils, boards and committees need someone to accomplish their meeting recording.  Did you know that Massachusetts by itself has over 350 cities and towns?  And each of these towns […]

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Outsourcing Transcription Helps Lawyers

Court transcripts are vital documents for lawyers and legal professionals.  Without transcripts of previous court cases, a lawyer would have a hard time understanding how a jury may vote or what evidence is vital to a case.  With transcripts at hand, a lawyer can research similar court cases and learn which witnesses and evidence made […]

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How Depositions Can Make or Break a Case

A deposition can be a critical part of a court case.  It could mean the difference between sending a person to jail or letting him or her go free.  In one recent case, twenty-one Haitian boys have accused a man, Douglas Perlitz, of sexually abusing them. Perlitz had created a program to feed, clothe, educate, […]

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Massachusetts Open Meeting Law

Not long ago, a new section to the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law was added.  Beforehand, a lot of town business was taken care of without as much input from the citizens of the town.  There wasn’t much announcement on the specifics of each town meeting and citizens did not know what would be discussed at each meeting.  […]

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