Orange County, California Court Reporters, AMK Reporting, Announce New Legal News Blog

(Irvine, CA) August 24, 2017
Orange County court reporters Abrams, Mah & Kahn (AMK) Reporting are pleased to announce the publication of their new legal news blog. The blog provides attorneys, court reporters, and other legal professionals with inside information on news and events throughout the Southern California and Irvine communities. Topics include events hosted by local Bar Associations and new technologies in court reporting.

court reporters irvine, californiaAMK Reporting is one of Southern California’s oldest and most-decorated court reporting firms. The company offers services ranging from real time reporting and videography to videoconferencing and document transcription. In addition to their expertise in the reporting realm, AMK is also well-known for their litigation support services.

Based in Irvine, California, AMK serves Orange County, Los Angeles County, and neighboring communities. Their mobile-friendly website offers visitors an easy and smartphone-friendly way to schedule services on a 24 hour/7 days per week basis. With time considerations and mobility playing an ever-larger role in handling cases for attorneys, the technological capacities of a court reporting company play a bigger role than ever. Today, firms are required to provide state-of-the-art videoconferencing and tele-conferencing with live feeds, to name a few of the technological implications in a more computerized and travel-free world today’s attorneys operate in.

AMK Reporting has represented attorneys from a broad spectrum of areas of practice including criminal law, corporate law, real estate law and personal injury law, to name but a few.

For more information on Abrams, Mah & Kahn Reporting visit their official website or their official Facebook page.

Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief Promotes “Broward Means Business” for Local Companies

(Fort Lauderdale) August 23, 2017

Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief is pleased to announce the “Broward Means Business” initiative to promote local businesses. The Mayor has made proclamations to commemorate this honor for smaller businesses on her social media network to help spread the word.

Most recently, Mayor Sharief proclaimed August 22, 2017 “iBrow Spa Day” for Broward County. This proclamation may be viewed on the official Facebook page.

Small businesses represent the very heart of the American economy and Broward County is one of Florida’s most prosperous and forward-thinking business-friendly cities.  Barbara Sharief has worked tirelessly to promote the benefits of doing business in and around the Fort Lauderdale area. Examples of her progressive and business-friendly positions include the “Broward Means Business” initiative and her official Pinterest page where the Mayor promotes a variety of locations and companies in her region, ranging from such stand-out restaurants as Yolo and The Foxy Brown.

Mayor Sharief is an example of one of the more Internet-savvy politicians in the nation. With her progressive use of Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, Ms. Sharief continues to expand awareness for her constituents and their businesses. Frequently providing links and photographs to the beautiful scenery and cultural events in Broward, Ms. Sharief often attends social and public engagements in her endeavors to tout the financial and artistic impact of the area.

For more information on the “Broward Means Business” initiative visit For more information on Barbara Sharief visit her official website at

Shalloway & Shalloway Publishes Elder Law FAQ Resource for Seniors and Caregivers

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(West Palm Beach) August 10, 2017

Elder care attorneys are constantly fielding questions on the intricacies of wills, trusts, and medicaid. West Palm Beach Law Firm, Shalloway & Shalloway is pleased to announce the publication of an online Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list related to the care of elderly and special needs patients.

The FAQ range of topics include medicaid, nursing homes, and the establishment of wills and trusts.

“Caring for elder parents or special needs loved ones can be an emotionally and financially-taxing proposition” states Mark Shalloway. “We created this resource of Frequently Asked Questions as a way for our clients and the population at-large to get informed so they can make the best decisions possible for their loved ones.”

With an aging population and ever-increasing costs for nursing homes, retirement, and medical care, staying informed can go a long way towards minimizing stress and finding the best path toward quality and effective care. When it comes to estate planning, the legalities of every state along with the unique properties of every family’s estate make it essential to consult with an attorney.

For more information on the Shalloway and Shalloway FAQ or other resources on the law firm’s website visit For information on Mark Shalloway visit the official Facebook page.


Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief Announces Broward Is Listening Seminar for Local Business Certification

(Miramar, FL) August 1, 2017

Barbara Sharief, Broward County’s Mayor, is pleased to announce the Broward Is Listening Seminar to take place on August 3, 2017. The event is designed to help businesses get certified in order to conduct work with Broward County government and its possessions. All businesses registered in Broward County are invited to attend this free event. It includes conversations on topics such as:

  • Removing Myths and Addressing Realities
  • Expectations, Experiences and Needs
  • Challenges Associated with Getting Certified

Ms. Sharief, The Mayor since 2016, is among the dignitaries and officials who will attend.

“The opportunity to help local businesses understand the certification process is very important to me. Broward County is very interested in getting more local entrepreneurs and small companies involved in doing business with the county,” says the Mayor.

For more information consult the official poster below or visit