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Neesons Court Reporting expands downtown office

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Client demand has spurred Neesons Court Reporting to significantly expand its premier downtown Toronto location, says company founder and president Kim Neeson.

Neeson tells that the growth at the company’s 77 King St. W. headquarters will increase its capacity to host large mediations and arbitrations.

“The demand from clients is such that we were required to expand,” she says.

Among the highlights of the new space are sound attenuation and mounted whiteboards in every boardroom, as well as a spacious, well-appointed arbitration space, and enhanced videoconferencing facilities with integrated technology, plus a stunning café area, Neeson says.

Founded in 1996, Neesons is Canada’s foremost leader in the delivery of transcription services. The agency has provided its services — including real-time streaming, daily copy, rough drafts or expedited transcripts — to major law firms in Canada and courts of all levels in Ontario.

The company has also led in the advancement of court-reporting services by leveraging technology, innovation and hands-on experience. Its court reporters are professionally accredited and complemented by the most technologically advanced equipment and delivery methods available, says Neeson.

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