(Salt Lake City, Utah) May 16, 2018
Salt Lake City court reporters Tempest Reporting is pleased to announce the publication of a new legal resources blog that combines legal news and court reporting trends. The publication, on the company’s website, offers attorneys, paralegals, expert witnesses and court reporters information on local and state events. It includes posts designed to help court reporting and litigation support professionals decipher new trends and improve their craft.
Topics and articles include “3 Things You Should Know About Court Reporting” and “How to Become a Court Reporter“. The articles include tips on planning depositions as well as preparing for a career path in real time court reporting.
“We started this blog to help court reporters across our legal community and across the nation,” states Tempest President Ariel Mumma. She continues: “Tempest Reporting is committed to offering the best services and technologies to our clients. As part of this commitment we want to share our knowledge with other reporting professionals and attorneys.”
Founded in 1988, Tempest Reporting offers state-of-the-art real time reporting, legal videography and trial support across the Salt Lake City legal community.
Tempest Reporting in Salt Lake City
Tempest Reporting Offices are located at 175 Main Street, Suite 710 in Salt Lake City, Utah, 8411. Services can be scheduled online and by calling (801) 521-2222.
For more information about Tempest Reporting visit their website at reporting.com or their official Facebook page.
(Pembroke Pines, Florida) April 29, 2018
Art galleries and cultural centers make for an important part of the cultural vibrancy of any small community. In Pembroke Pines, the Frank C. Ortis Gallery performs an important function for the Broward County area, serving as both an exhibition space for multidisciplinary artists and an exhibit hall for hosting events of many kinds. Recently Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief celebrated the one year anniversary of the Frank C. Orits Gallery, or “The Frank” as it is affectionately known in local circles.
The gallery is home to exhibitions featuring works based on multimedia, photography and painting formats. Home to innovative programming, The Frank is celebrated locally and state-wide for its role in nourishing the cultural and visual art cravings of South Florida in general and Pembroke Pines in particular. In many cases, cities west of I-95 are under-served in the arts and the Franck C. Ortis Gallery helps address this divide.
Commissioner Barbara Sharief is a two-time former Broward County Mayor who utilizes innovative social media updates to highlight local businesses and cultural centers in various communities ranging from Fort Lauderdale and Tamarac to Plantation and Pompano Beach. Ms. Sharief’s official Facebook page regularly features posts and photos from the Commissioner’s forays around town.
Broward County Florida boasts a population of nearly 2 million people and one of the most diverse economies in the nation. For more information about Barbara Sharief visit her official website at barbarasharief.com.