Judicial Council Meeting Begins at 10:00 a.m., September 25th.
We will all begin meeting at 9:15 a.m.
More details to follow.
TO ALL COURT REPORTERS IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA:
Your state associations are strongly urging you to attend the
GSRA/GCCRA podcasts regarding the CRMC’s changes to
the proposed recommendations which will become effective January 1, 2015.
There are critical issues such as ER in the courtrooms
and its spilling over in the deposition market.
Please attend and make an informed decision about
whether or not you should be concerned.
With reference to the issues involving budgetary measures and
business continuity in our industry, we will be stepping backwards.
The impact and consequences of these changes are real.
Whose responsibity will it be to clean up the mess and is anybody listening?
Harsh words? Maybe. True words? Absolutely!
We realize that there are reporters who feel that their input will be overlooked.
That is wrong.
We continue to educate those on the Judicial Council up until and including
the 25th of September when the Judicial Council meets to encourage common
sense and true cost-saving changes in conjunction with the advancement of
Join us Thursday as we all discuss these issues
and begin to count down the vote.
We literally need hundreds of reporters, freelance and officials, to commit to attending the Judicial Council meeting on September 25th. Please sign up now and commit to being there. This is so very, very important. GSRA was told last year that supporters of court reporters were disappointed in the lack of reporter attendance. Even though we thought we had a great showing of reporters, it wasn’t enough. These comments were made by those who support us but need us to be there to help support them.
ATTENTION FREELANCE REPORTERS:
Please consider the importance of September 25th, 2014,
if asked to provide coverage for your fellow official reporters on that date.
We anticipate the vast majority of officials across Georgia will want to attend in a showing of solidarity.
WE MUST HAVE A STRONG SHOWING OF SUPPORT.