WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT
Hearing reporters are specialists in that they aid the administrative judges or arbiters in creating a professional and organized structure for reported proceedings. Hearing reporters do not necessarily need to be a notary public if they are not required to swear people under oath.
Our Hearing Reporters are:
- Experienced, minimum one-year practical experience to qualify
- Washington State Certified Court Reporters
Important Considerations For Hiring a Flygare Hearing Reporter:
- Accuracy of Transcripts which are formatted to include the necessary elements of a trial transcript which are different from deposition reporting.
- Timeliness of Submission is a key factor which sets our staff apart. Our standards exceed those of superior court for submission.
- Department of Energy
- Department of Ecology
- Commission of Trade and Economic Development
- Office of Administrative Hearings
- US Federal Government, GSA and other agencies. We are an approved vendor for GSA.