Many large national reporting agencies have switched to a hybrid deposition model, whereby digital reporters are sent to cover depositions and hearings. These digital reporters are not licensed by the State of California nor are they qualified to take your legal proceedings. They violate both the CA Business & Professions Code as well as the CA Code of Civil Procedure.
Maverick Reporting will ensure your firm receives a licensed, certified stenographic reporter for every deposition and legal proceeding.
Without it, your discovery and your client are potentially vulnerable to liabilities.
Maverick Reporting is the only national court reporting agency with a national registry of stenographic reporters. We guarantee that every deposition, hearing and arbitration will only be recorded by stenographic means.
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For us, the first step is to work with you to come up with a plan to get the results you need. Through our understanding of the law and your understanding of the circumstances, we will craft a path to success.
Whether you have one deposition or a full case to schedule, you can always schedule online 24/7. We receive these scheduling requests immediately and will respond both during and after office hours.
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