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International Trade Commission Testimony


The day before New Year’s Eve, a prestigious AmLaw 100 firm from Washington, D.C. contacted Alderson with a request to provide court reporting services in Tapei, Taiwan starting January 2, 2006, for two weeks of back-to-back depositions. The case involved an international patent and trademark investigation filed before the United States International Trade Commission, and testimony was being heard from several key executives from the Taiwanese textile company.

Alderson made arrangements to send a court reporter with long-standing history of working on domestic proceedings to Taiwan. The reporter, originally from Florida, had relocated to Osaka, Japan and was able to fly to Taiwan within a day’s notice, providing realtime services to all attorneys present. In addition, Alderson provided a videographer and an interpreter, both scheduled within a two-day period over the holiday weekend.

All transcripts, exhibits and videos were processed, including video synchronization and exhibit linking for an on time, five-business day delivery, enabling the client to meet its deadline and settle the matter.