Credit: May Busch
When we look at the world over the course of the past 60 years, what has remained consistent? Cars used to be entirely manual. Now, they can park and even drive for us. Phone calls were restricted to landlines, which were restricted to a few feet within a tabletop. If you wanted to send someone a “message” you put it in the mail. Pictures had to be developed. There was no selecting a song from a database of music—you had to hope it would come on the radio, or that you had that record.
Portland didn’t become the city we know it to be until well into the 1970s, post-hippie-subculture. The importance of certain industries has shifted and molded over the past few decades. The city’s world of art and food has exploded. As all these changes rose, attorneys have transformed their practices to stay up to date with the demands of clients. The needs of a worker’s compensation attorney have changed just as much as the needs of an intellectual property lawyer. But among all those changes, there has been one constant in the Portland legal field: Beovich, Walter & Friend Certified Court Reporters.
Since 1957, the staff Beovich, Walter & Friend (BWF) have been serving the Portland legal community, and it’s all due to innovation. Many court reporting firms try too hard to cling to the past, but the court reporting technology that was relevant 20 years ago is no longer relevant today. Instead of shying away from these changes like many other litigation services, these Portland court reporters fully embrace it, because these are the changes their clients need to be successful.
Their court reporting professionals specialize in a number of areas of practice, because they understand how important it is for an attorney to have a litigation team that fully understands the case, its terminology, and all the nuances that come along with the field. But BWF doesn’t only offer quality court reporters. The offer experienced videographers, trial presentation experts—any litigation service an attorney or paralegal can think of.
Perhaps their most modern innovation, however, is their online, 24-7 mobile booking engine. Whether an attorney is in their office, or at the grocery store, to schedule a service with BWF, all they have to do is go to the scheduling service, fill out information on themselves and their case, and press submit. They will promptly receive a response confirming their service.
Being able to book a service online really changes everything,” Lucero Nunez of Merced, California says. “It skips the annoyances of being put on hold and directly delivers results.”
BWF Reporters’ dedication to delivering the fastest, most efficient, and most accurate results is what brings clients back time and time again. Willingness to fulfill any clients needs, no matter how big or small, keeps business booming. Adaptability keeps them relevant.
To learn more about Beovich, Walter & Friend, call (503) 228-7201, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices