Kentucky Court Reporters sets the standard for certified court reporting. We have more nationally certified reporters than any firm in the state. Even though it is not required by the state of Kentucky, we will now require all of our reporters to become certified within their first year of employment. This list will grow rapidly [...]

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          Kentucky Court Reporters takes pride in confidently assuring attorneys and paralegals that we are available to provide coverage for their depositions: no matter where they take place, how they take place, or when they take place. This all sounds great. But do we really mean it? The answer is a [...]

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1. Bring a Photo ID. The court reporter will have to ensure that the witness has been properly identified and will ask for a non-expired ID. Preferably, use a driver’s license, passport or state issued ID card. If you need to use a different form of ID, please ask in advance. 2. No Kids. No [...]

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On February 25, 2020, Dr. Nancy Messonier, the CDC’s director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, announced that the public needs to prepare for the Coronavirus to become a pandemic. “It is not so much a question of if this will happen in this country anymore but a question of when this will happen,” she [...]

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It was with both amusement and concern that I recently read an article from Christine Phipps instructing lawyers to only hire stenographic court reporters. Phipps’ article was apparently emailed directly to many attorneys, including our clients. It was amusing because it sounded like a horse-and-buggy driver warning about the dangers of automobiles. That is, it [...]

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