California Court Reporting Firm Solves Age-Old Problem for Lawyers
Press Release 5/10/2007
Todd Olivas & Associates, Inc., a California-based court reporting firm solves the problem of lawyers needing to schedule depositions within a strict geographic radius for deponents. The firm boasts 114 deposition conference suites throughout California and Nevada all easily located by a zip code search tool.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 11, 2007 -- The age-old problem of scheduling a deposition near enough to a deponent's area has been solved by California court reporting agency, Todd Olivas & Associates, Inc.
The problem for many attorneys and their staff, says CEO, Todd Olivas, is finding a court reporting firm with full service conference rooms to take a deponent's deposition within the court mandated geographic radius. The radius is usually 75 miles or even smaller sometimes, if the deponent has a disability. California is a big state. So we needed to create a big list of conference rooms. And we needed to create a custom website tool to allow clients to locate their nearest conference room using the desired zip code. And we have done all that.
My goal is to offer our clients the easiest deposition experience possible simply by being everywhere.
The technology that we developed is singular in our industry, says Mr. Olivas. No doubt about it, we are saving our clients time and money by this latest offering. And that makes me so proud, knowing we are serving our clients with these one-of-a-kind conference rooms and location tools.
Todd Olivas & Associates' conference suites and locator software is available at http://www.toddolivas.com.
About Todd Olivas & Associates, Inc.:
Todd Olivas & Associates was founded in 2003 by Certified Shorthand Reporter, Todd Olivas, CSR #12237. Providing attorneys with court reporters, interpreters and videographers, the firm has gained an impeccable reputation throughout California. With a passion for court reporting and excellent customer service, the firm hopes to continue to grow into other southwestern states and eventually nationwide by 2008.
Tuesday, May 15, 2007