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Since 1979


We can assist in arranging remote depositions for your office.
UPDATE 9/21/20
Per SB 1146, signed by Governor Newsom, CCP 2025.310(a) states certified shorthand reporters "may attend the deposition at a different location than the deponent via remote means."
Our conference room is available for your client or witness if they need a quiet, safe, and hygienic place from which to appear.
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Audio Transcription - Bates Stamping - Court Reporters - Document Reproduction and Archiving - Interpreters - Remote Proceedings - Secure Online Repository - Teleconferencing - Video Conferencing - Videography - Video Transcription

Whether for an in-person or remote deposition, IME, OEX, EUO, trial, hearing, arbitration or meeting, outstanding court reporters, videographers and interpreters can be arranged through Uccelli & Associates.

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Complimentary Conference Room for Depositions

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  • High-resolution, high-speed scanning in B&W and color
  • OCR
  • Digital Bates stamping
  • Documents provided via our secure online repository
  • Quality control

Complimentary Conference Rooms

  • South San Francisco (Accessible by BART)         
  • San Francisco (Accessible by BART)
  • San Carlos
  • Redwood City
  • Other Locations Available!

Due to COVID-19, the only complimentary conference room currently available is our South San Francisco office.


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Going On & Off The Record NSRA Advisory Opinion No. 6

Friday, October 8, 2021

Advisory Opinion No. 6 of the National Shorthand Reporters Association reads in part: "Therefore, if the parties are in disagreement about whether to go on the record, the reporter must go on the record in order to preserve the testimony so that a judge may rule on its admissibility at a later date."Read More...

Off The Record & On The Record

Thursday, October 7, 2021

REASONS TO GO OFF THE RECORD: Some common reasons include: All parties agree (pursuant to CCP); someone states he/she is going to move for a protective order (pursuant to CCP); marking exhibits; steno machine malfunction; personal safety (physical fight between parties); with noise (outside distractions). (See "Read more" for complete CRB article)Read More...

Fed. Rule 30(b)(5)(C) Officer's Duties After the Deposition

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Rule 30(b)(5) Officer's Duties. (C) After the Deposition. At the end of a deposition, the officer must state on the record that the deposition is complete and must set out any stipulations made by the attorneys about custody of the transcript or recording and of the exhibits, or about any other pertinent matters.Read More...

Fed. Rule 30(e)(1) Review; Statement of Changes

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Rule 30(e)(1) Review; Statement of Changes. On request by the deponent or a party before the deposition is completed, the deponent must be allowed 30 days after being notified by the officer that the transcript or recording is available in which: (A) to review the transcript or recording; and (B) if there are changes in form or substance, to sign a statement listing the changes and the reasons for making them. Read More...

Fed. Rule 30(e)(2) Changes Indicated in the Officer's Cert.

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Rule 30(e)(2) Changes Indicated in the Officer’s Certificate. The officer must note in the certificate prescribed by Rule 30(f)(1) whether a review was requested and, if so, must attach any changes the deponent makes during the 30-day period.Read More...