NextGen Reporting, the nation’s fastest-growing court reporting business, is proud to announce the addition of Ken Varallo to their management team. An experienced court reporting veteran, Varallo joins NextGen in their mission to offer advanced court reporting services that help attorneys resolve their cases faster and more economically. As a Principal in charge of strategic initiatives, Varallo will introduce NextGen’s patented technology platform to his extensive client and network base.
“Ken has made his career by identifying ways that technology can improve litigation workflow – initially with stenography tools, next in electronic discovery, and then with legal process outsourcing,” says David Noteware, Esq., NextGen’s founder and CEO. “He’s coming full circle by joining NextGen Reporting, where we are spearheading the most dramatic evolution of the court reporting business model in decades.”
Varallo comes from a long tradition of court reporting innovation. In 1937, Vincent Varallo employed the first Stenotype system in Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas. The family built their business on a foundation of integrity and quality, and Ken Varallo has honored that tradition during his career. NextGen uses court reporting to make litigation more efficient, and I’m very pleased to be part of the team,” he explained. “NextGen’s industry-leading methods make litigation easier, reducing effort, time and expense. Our clients will reap the rewards as we use NextGen’s patented solutions nationally. Corporate clients generally experience a savings of 3-5% of their total litigation costs.”
NextGen provides a full suite of deposition services that enable attorneys to boost their effectiveness and provide additional value to their clients. In addition to all traditional court reporting services, NextGen offers a unique telepresence solution that enables remote attorneys, claims adjustors, and clients to participate in depositions with ease from their desktops and home offices.