About Us

Trust your transcripts to the maestro.  Don’t gamble with everyday players.

Marjorie PetersCredentials matter in this business.  Marjorie Peters is a Certified Realtime Reporter, a Registered Merit Reporter, and a Realtime Systems Administrator.  That means she’s a maestro at the keyboard, not an everyday player. The CRR means she can write accurately from the start.  It means she can provide rough-draft transcripts or realtime feeds to your clients with near perfection.  The RMR means Marjorie can write fast.  Everyday reporters pass qualifying tests at 225 words a minute.  Marjorie has successfully tested at 260 words a minute.  That means she can get every word, even in the most heated cross examination or colloquy exchanges.  Her Realtime Systems Administrator title means she knows technology.  Marjorie can show you just how simple it is for you to use technology – streamlining your workload and impressing juries.

Exceptional service since 1986 is Marjorie’s calling card.  She stays committed to her mission: to provide the highest quality deposition transcripts while offering the latest in technology and litigation support tools.  That mission translates to added efficiency for attorneys and their legal teams.

Marjorie covers the full spectrum of discovery depositions and trials, from simple tort claims to the most complex technical and medical cases.   She worked for nine years as an official court reporter in Erie County, PA (rotating through all divisions), and since 1994 has been a freelance reporter in Pittsburgh. She currently focuses her freelance services in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.  She began her broadcast captioning career in 1994 and became a sole proprietor firm owner in 2001.  Marjorie has top-secret clearance, allowing her to work on the most sensitive cases for the Department of Defense.  She has earned herself a stellar reputation with reporting firms and closed captioning companies nationwide.

Applying the latest technology to court reporting is a passion for Marjorie.  She has delivered realtime translation (live onsite and via teleconference or webstream) for entities such as NASA, FCC, DOE, CDC, state legislatures, and businesses including Pfizer, Microsoft, Raytheon and others.  This specialty career includes performing closed captioning of live television broadcasts via stenographic realtime for major television networks such as NBC, CBS, CNN, FOX, MSNBC and ESPN.

Marjorie served on the Pennsylvania Court Reporters Association Board of Directors from 1999 – 2006.  Since then she has served the National Court Reporters Association on several committees, most currently serving on the National Outreach Committee.  Marjorie is also a contributor to the National Court Reporters Foundation.

Community service is important to Marjorie. She works with court reporting students locally at Community College of Allegheny County and is committed to supporting the Light of Life Rescue Mission.