Tempest Reporting Announces New Video Deposition FAQ

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(Salt Lake City, Utah) February 7, 2019

Salt Lake City court reporting firm, Tempest Reporting, is pleased to announce their brand new page on frequently asked questions about video depositions. Some clients may be unsure about the semantics of the video deposition process. These questions and answers help clarify some common concerns attorneys and paralegals may have, such as how the tapes are used in trial, if they can be used in place of live testimony, if deposition videographers are certified, how they should prepare their witnesses, and what exactly deposition synchronizing is. This useful resource can help attorneys and paralegals decide if video depositions are a good fit for their case.

The talented staff at Tempest Reporting are all about providing their clients with the best resources the world of litigation has to offer. Whether it simply be a set of frequently asked questions, or their online, mobile-friendly booking engine, each service is intricately crafted with their client’s needs in mind. It is that desire to provide clients with the best of the best that inspired firm president, Ariel Mumma, to open the court reporting firm in the first place.

“Mumma’s dedication to her clients really shows through the quality of service her staff puts forward,” Brandon Bell, a legal expert from Illinois, says. “There are few court reporting firms that go the extra mile like the staff at Tempest Reporting do. They are really something special.”

With Tempest Reporting, clients can be confident that their needs are heard, are valid, and are in good hands with these Salt Lake City court reporters.

For more information on Tempest Reporting and their services, call (801) 521-2222, email ariel@reporting.com, or visit their Salt Lake City Offices.

175 South Main Street #710, Salt Lake City, UT 84111