Huseby, Court Reporters, Legal Videographer And Legal
Transcription Services Provider, Goes Green
Certified court reporter, video depositions, and litigation support services provider
Huseby, Inc. has announced it will now offer customers an option to receive entire
court transcripts electronically.
December 18, 2008 (FPRC) -- CHARLOTTE, NC -- Huseby, Inc., a nationally certified court
reporter, legal videographer and litigation support services provider has announced it has adopted a
new green initiative. Instead of receiving full-sized printed court transcripts, customers can now
receive a transcript via email.
Traditionally, the court stenographer would produce a paper transcript of legal depositions or court
proceedings. Now, the legal transcriptions services provider offers transcripts through email and
stores the web-based repository. This will ease the strain court reporters have on the environment
by reducing the amount of paper, binding, and loner used to produce the reports as well as shipping.
The new green initiative makes transcripts easier for the consumer to obtain and use as well. The
customer no longer has to wait for the transcript to arrive and has full access to wherever they are.
They will also find it easier to locate specific sections within the document using simple search
"Court and deposition transcripts can be extremely long requiring a large amount of resources and
expensive shipping. This is all waste because a majority of customers only use a few key questions
out of the entire document to make a point or shed light on a certain area. Offering these documents
electronically will save expense, help the environment and be more convenient," said Scott Huseby,
CEO of Huseby, Inc. (http://www.huseby.com/)
Huseby has led in real time court reporting since the latter half of the 1980s. Since then, they have
provided legal transcription services and acted as a legal videographer in many famous cases
including the evangelist Jim Baker and the PTL Organization.
Best known for its involvement in bringing technology into America's courtrooms, the litigation
support services provider introduced Caseview software into a North Carolina's federal court in
1993. They were instrumental in developing the first computer-integrated courtroom in 1995.
About Huseby: Huseby, Inc, (http://www.huseby.com/) provides a certified court reporter and a legal
videographer in addition to traditional certified California, Tennessee, Georgia court reporters. They
do not outsource employees. Instead, they provide a trustworthy and highly skilled expert to
accurately report from courts nationwide.
For more information contact Scott Huseby of Huseby, Inc (http://www.huseby.com)
certified court reporter
litigation support services
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