Kentucky Allows for Remote Notaries The Kentucky legislature has authorized “A remotely located individual may comply with KRS 423.455 by appearing before a notary public by means of communication technology.” In so doing, Kentucky allows for remote notaries. Accordingly, attorneys, witnesses, and court reporters can appear via remotely; therefore, no one need appear in [...]
Court reporters providing realtime translation at depositions or in court are highly trained professionals, but even highly trained professionals perform better when they are prepared for the task at hand and have the help of those around them. In order to help the realtime court reporter prepare for your assignment, and in return provide you [...]
Attorneys looking for ways to reduce the cost of taking or attending remote depositions are turning to Skype and are learning the strengths of this long-established video chat application.
I suggest the Court maintain the status quo until all issues concerning the proposed changes are resolved, that is, the noticing attorney maintaining the sealed original transcript until such time as the court deems it necessary to be opened, thereby maintaining its integrity and reducing the chance of mishap.
Taylor Court Reporting Kentucky encourages all Kentucky court reporters, legal videographers, and attorneys to review the proposed changes and express opinions with Eric Darnell, Circuit Court Administrator, at email@example.com or 595-4588 by 8/30/13.