Corporate Co-opting of Court Reporters

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Corporate Co-opting of Court Reporters
What you can do to protect yourself and your client

Equitable treatment of all parties is required by law when it comes to court reporters. After 5 years of pursuing justice in a lawsuit against a court reporting firm, Lori Haskell will share her experiences, knowledge of the law and how court reporting firms have for too long ignored the regulations governing their profession. She will share what you need to know so you and your client are treated equally.

Lori S. Haskell
Lori Haskell has a unique blend of talents and background. After graduating from the University of Washington she worked in television for nearly 10 years. Lori began as one of the first women news photographers and eventually moved into writing and...More

Originally Published

January 31, 2017

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This program contains the following components:

  • Corporate Co-opting of Court Reporters - Video
  • Corporate Co-opting of Court Reporters - Slide Deck
  • Corporate Co-opting of Court Reporters - Written Materials

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