New Quiz - California Deposition Stuff

Hey, California court reporters, we just posted a new quiz about California depositions.  Check it out on our court reporting quiz page.  Here is a sample of some of the questions:

  • How long should a court reporter in California keep his/her notes?
  • Is it the law that deposition reporters charge the same amount to all parties in a case?
  • If the attorneys request that a transcript be made confidential, what do I do?
  • In California can reporters produce an original transcript with the RealLegal electronic signature?
  • Can a deposition reporter refuse to give a rough draft (ASCII) to an attorney?
  • Does the court reporter at a Texas deposition need to be certified in California for the transcript to be admissible in California court?
  • Does the court reporter need to be in the presence of the witness testifying?
  • California reporters are required to use 56 characters per line, but do you begin counting at the text or at the line numbering?
  • Should I offer a mini transcript or ASCII to all the attorneys in a deposition?
  • If an attorney wishes to receive an electronic transcript in lieu of a hard copy, is that okay?                                                                                                                                                          

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Todd Olivas

Todd Olivas is a court reporter and entrepreneur.
He founded TO&A in 2003.

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