Credit: Experience Columbus
(Folsom, California) January 30, 2019
Anderson Reporting is pleased to announce a new page of Frequently Asked Questions on Legal Videography. The Columbus court reporters are known for their accurate, timely, and effective reporting, but their videography services are equally as good. To help clients better understand why hiring a videographer for their deposition or trial is a valuable resource, the staff at Anderson put together an FAQ page on the topic. The page explores why a deposition should be recorded, how to use that recording, if it can be used in place of live testimony, and more.
“These days, videography is getting to be more and more important in the courtroom,” Brandon Bell, a legal expert in Illinois, says. “It can be useful during a trial, but also following the trial when attorneys are trying to gather more information. Incorporating videography into a court reporting firm is a smart business move.”
Firm president, Gayle Anderson, knows a thing or two about smart business. Over 25 years ago, upon recognizing the vast need for more knowledgeable, inclusive litigation firms, Anderson developed her own court reporting firm. Attorneys don’t want to search high and low for a number of litigation firms to fulfill their various needs. Gayle Anderson saw that, and as a result, adapted her firm’s services to include a broader scope of litigation services. At Anderson Reporting, attorneys can get quality videography, trial presentation, and media writing solutions along with the top-tier court reporting they’ve come to expect.
To learn more about Anderson Reporting, call (614) 326-0177, email email@example.com, or visit their offices.