Specializing in Business, Corporate and Securities Law Cases for Attorneys and Law Firms in Columbus and Across Ohio!
Anderson Reporting offers a full range of services for law firms in corporate and business law. In general, business law cases are settled through negotiations and entail the drawing up of contracts for partnerships and acquisitions.
In cases when a law firm or attorney needs a court reporter, Anderson provides an exemplary reputation as one of the most high-regarded and respected firms in the state of Ohio.
3242 West Henderson Rd. Suite A, Columbus, OH 43220
Henderson Park Offices
Columbus, Ohio Court Reporting and Legal News
Serving Lawyers Across the State of Ohio, Ryan Reporting sets the Standard for the Industry
Earlier this month, Ohio celebrated “Ohio Court Reporting and Captioning Week” from February 4th through 11th to recognize the important and valuable role that stenographers play in America’s judicial system. While stenographers help the functioning of the courts,...
Remote Services Helping Lawyers Succeed in the 21st Century
With population centers spread across the state, the importance of remote services in Ohio to the legal profession becomes more apparent. Top court reporting companies in Ohio help lawyers and attorneys bridge the geographic divide between places such as Columbus,...
What is the Anderson Reporting Difference?
More than 30 years ago, our firm president Gayle Anderson saw the need for a court reporting firm that could live up to the high standards of local attorneys. They require a court reporter who is not only fast and accurate, but uses the latest technology in the...
Find the Best in Columbus with Us!
Columbus is one of the most culturally rich cities in Ohio, and even the United States. Long-time residents and visitors alike can find a new game, restaurant, or museum to visit. Visiting attorneys, however, don't have the time...
Get Your Court Reporting FAQs Answered
Credt: AppearMe Court reporters are essential players in any attorney's legal team. Without a skilled court reporter, attorneys would not have the accurate transcripts they need to find success in the courtroom. What what exactly is it that court reporters do? And how...
Credit: Security Current When Anderson Reporting first formed in the late '80s, clients had to rely on phone calls and faxing to schedule a service. As the years went by, emailing became a great option for attorneys who perhaps couldn't step out of meetings to make a...