Efforts by some court reporters to stop the industry’s reliance on remote technology may prove to be futile. Court reporter agencies and industry observers said the pandemic made many corporations, attorneys and courts believers in remote court reporter proceedings despite opponents’ concerns.
Still, while some say the pandemic accelerated the acceptance of remote court reporting, opponents aren’t going down without a fight.
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