Hanna & Hanna Reporting Announces Transcription vs. Court Reporting

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(Houston, Texas) January 12, 2022

Hanna & Hanna Reporting is pleased to announce their page on the difference between transcription and court reporting. While they do have a great deal of similarities, there is a key difference: transcription services happen after a legal proceeding, not during. Transcription services can be utilized for a variety of legal, business, and academic settings. To learn more about transcriptions, and when you might use one or the other, clients can give their quick, concise page a read.

The staff at Hanna & Hanna Reporting want their clients to be as comfortable and knowledgeable about their variety of services possible. As a result, the firm has developed a tab of “resources.” Here, clients can have of the most common questions about court reporting answered, they can find out what makes a deposition successful, and can even find a guide to Houston. Thanks to all these resources, clients can be comfortable working with Hanna & Hanna’s Houston court reporters.

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We were thrilled with the transcripts and video recordings of our depositions for a big case. The Hanna team was excellent,” one satisfied client says.

But Hanna & Hanna offer so much more than quality court reporting. The firm is a full-service litigation support firm. Whether clients require a realtime reporting professional, a legal video specialist, a videoconferencing specialist, or any other litigation support professional one can think of, Hanna & Hanna Reporting can deliver. Attorneys in Houston never have to look anywhere else.

For more information on Hanna & Hanna Reporting, call (713) 840–8484, email info@hannareporting.com, or visit their offices.

8582 Katy Freeway, Suite 105, Houston, Texas 77024

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