This year I’m excited to announce Todd Olivas & Associates has become the infrastructure backbone of a new court reporting agency called Noted Reporters.
Noted Reporters leverages TO&A’s infrastructure by using TO&A’s systems, software, staffing and 20 years of court reporting agency know-how. Additionally, Todd Olivas is the reporter in charge on behalf of both TO&A and Noted Reporters.
Why would TO&A offer this to another company? An investor company from Mission Viejo, CA called New Reign Capital which invests in a broad range of companies completely outside court reporting — approached TO&A to form a partnership in a new court reporting company. Through its network of business contacts, New Reign Capital had possible deposition referrals and were looking to partner with a reputable court reporting agency who was expert in the nuances of the court reporting industry. Amongst many possible matches for this, New Reign Capital chose TO&A because of its long standing advocacy for court reporters and excellent two-decade track record.
For court reporters — there’s literally no difference between accepting jobs from TO&A or Noted. That means you can be 100% confident of timely payment, ethical handling of your transcripts, familiarity with calendar and production staff and zero conflicts of interest.
Similarly, for clients — that means your depositions are in good hands from start to finish. If you’ve grown accustomed to TO&A’s level of service, you won’t notice any difference with Noted. Both companies have the same scheduling staff, the same software, provide from the same pool of licensed CSRs, ethically handle and timely deliver your transcripts with zero conflicts of interest.
We are excited to see what the future holds for Noted Reporters as it grows as a service provider in the court reporting industry.
Friday, December 2, 2022