Neeson Court Reporting sets the gold standard in court reporting by providing professionally trained accredited stenographers and transcriptionists for proceedings which require court reporting services, such as discoveries, depositions, court trials, hearings and arbitrations. Well known in the Greater Toronto Area and Canada, Neeson offers superior timeliness, efficiency, and accuracy in all areas of their business.
Kim Neeson has recently expanded into new but related business, that of offering independent arbitrators and mediators office space at the newly formed Neeson Arbitration Chambers. The Chambers includes boardroom, conference room and meeting room rentals and a complete menu of related services. The offices are located in the heart of downtown Toronto’s financial district.
Known for efficiency and accuracy in realtime reporting, Neeson’s stellar reputation is well regarded. Their court reporters, stenographers and transcriptionists use up-to-date technology for Canadian examinations and US depositions. Kim Neeson and her staff often set standards in realtime delivery, rough draft, internet realtime, and videography reporting. Tough cases to report and transcribe are often sent to Neeson.
Kimberley Neeson, President of Neeson & Associates, ranks among the Canadian 100 Top Women Entrepreneurs listing for the 12th annual PROFIT W100. She continues to develop the widest range of high-quality reporting and arbitration services to corporate, legal, government, and hearing loss sectors. Now she celebrates Neeson Arbitration Chambers’ grand opening on May 1st, 2011.
As litigators and judges transition into arbitration and mediation, they need private boardroom rentals and often court reporting services. Neeson Arbitration Chambers fills the gap with meeting room rentals and administration services, as well as onsite court reporting for mediation and arbitration, when required. The members of Neeson Arbitration Chambers enjoy these services: reception and telephone answering, priority access to hearing and boardrooms, storage space, conference and meeting room rentals, and a range of a la carte concierge services. Out-of-town members commuting to Toronto may also benefit from membership and can also enjoy the comradeship of tenanting colleagues in the mediation and arbitration field. They also also represented on the Chambers’ website with their online biographies and services.
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