Nashville’s Elite Reporting Becomes Leader for Intellectual Property Cases

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Court reporting firm responds to surge in IP cases

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Court reporting firm Elite Reporting Services has witnessed the surge in economic activity in the local region and noticed an increased need for experienced court reporters to assist with business and patent-related deposition and legal needs. The firm maintains offices in Nashville, Memphis, Jackson, Knoxville, and Chattanooga to serve attorneys by providing experienced court reporters.

Being able to tap into the talent provided by court reporters with a background in complex litigation and intellectual property cases allows attorneys the convenience of having an accurate deposition record captured in realtime.

In recent years, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded more than 1,000 patents per year to people living in Tennessee alone. Between years, the number of patents awarded in Tennessee has increased by as much as ten percent.

Part of the boost in innovation is tied to the concerted efforts of policymakers, local businesses, and institutions that have wanted to make Tennessee an ideal place to launch a company. The low cost of living and a favorable economic climate make the state a great place for entrepreneurs and innovators. The state is also home to nine different entrepreneurial centers that help with business launch and acceleration. Those centers assist with identifying sources of capital and developing intellectual property assets.

With intellectual property being developed at such a rapid rate in Tennessee, court reporters like those at Elite Reporting Services have gotten extensive hands-on experience with cases involving patent and trademark disputes and the complicated legal issues and terminology involved. The firm has become a leader in Nashville and across the state and has an established reputation for providing prompt and accurate services to make depositions easier.

Elite Reporting Services offers the full scope of court reporting assistance, making the process painless and professional for attorneys all over Tennessee. The firm maintains a permanent in-house videography department for reporting and producing their own video depositions. Clients can also take advantage of the opportunity to have all the videos and transcripts synced.

The firm also provides on-call reporters every day for convenience, a conference room, exhibit scanning to PDF, expedited transcripts, and an online repository.

Max Curry, founder and owner of Elite Court Reporting, has more than 25 years of experience in the field and has grown his team at the firm to reflect the core value of outstanding customer service.

To learn more about the firm, please visit http://elitereportingservices.com/about-elite-reporting/

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