FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 10, 2018
Mike Mobley Reporting has announced its merger with Summit City Reporting, based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to enhance and expand service capabilities to clients in the Northeast Indiana region.
Mike Mobley Reporting, the largest court reporting firm based in Southwest Ohio, is pleased to announce its partnership with Summit City Reporting, based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to enhance and expand service capabilities to clients in the Northeast Indiana region.
Mike Mobley Reporting, headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, with offices in Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus, Blue Ash, Hyde Park, West Chester, Worthington, Dublin, and Easton (Columbus Airport), Ohio, as well as Florence, KY (Cincinnati Northern KY Airport), is recognized nationwide as a leading provider of technology-driven court reporting and litigation services. The partnership provides a full-service court reporting, video, interpreting, and trial services agency with 11 offices and service capabilities nationwide.
Todd Mobley, CEO of Mike Mobley Reporting, is extremely excited about the merger with Summit City Reporting. According to Mr. Mobley, “I am very pleased to help our current clients with their court reporting needs in Northeast Indiana and excited to introduce the clients of Summit City to our offices and services across Ohio and Kentucky. It is going to be very nice to have Tonya out in the field reporting on a daily basis. I have known her since she graduated from court reporting school, and she is a fabulous reporter. The clients of Summit City will benefit greatly from her talents as a court reporter.”
Current clients of Mike Mobley Reporting will benefit from greater coverage capabilities in Northeast Indiana with excellent court reporters.
Tonya Dunn f/k/a Kaiser, CEO of Summit City Reporting, stated, “One of the driving factors behind our decision to merge with Mike Mobley Reporting was the ability to serve our clients in a broader regional spectrum across the Midwest in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky.”
According to Mrs. Dunn, current clients of Summit will see very little change in the day-to-day interaction with the firm. Summit City Reporting clients will have access to expanded and enhanced services and technology including:
- Additional experience with complex multiparty/state cases
- Trial presentation and support services
- Additional resources to cover your needs outside of Indiana
- 24/7 nationwide availability
- Interpreting services
- Subpoena services
- Web applications to improve efficiency, organization, and convenience to each case
Summit City Reporting is one of Fort Wayne’s oldest and most reputable court reporting firms, established in 1991, serving all of Northeast Indiana, including the counties of Allen, Adams, Wells, Huntington, Whitley, Noble, DeKalb, Steuben, Lagrange, Elkhart, Kosciusko, Wabash, Grant, Blackford, and Jay; and the major cities of Fort Wayne, Angola, Auburn, Bluffton, Berne, Decatur, Huntington, New Haven, and Lagrange.
About Mike Mobley Reporting:
Founded in 1979, Mike Mobley Reporting has been a mainstay of Ohio’s litigation support industry and is currently the largest court reporting firm based in Southwest Ohio with 11 total offices. The firm has pioneered the use of new court reporting technologies such as ETranscripts, realtime reporting, live deposition streaming, video depositions, videoconferencing, and more. Law firms, court reporting firms, and corporations around the nation have come to rely on Mike Mobley Reporting to provide court reporters, court reporting services, video, and conference rooms throughout Ohio and nationally. Their experienced and credentialed reporters are able to handle any legal proceeding.
About Summit City Reporting:
Summit City Reporting has been locally owned and operated since 1991. The firm strives for excellence in accuracy, timing, and delivery. Whether you just need a simple hard copy or realtime streamed live to you in the deposition room and over the internet, Summit City Reporting has just what you need. The firm’s reporters are certified by the National Court Reporters Association. The reporters with NCRA certifications have obtained the Registered Professional Reporter (RPR), the Registered Merit Reporter (RMR), and the Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), which requires continuing education credits to maintain certification. This ensures they have the most up-to-date skills and knowledge in the industry.
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