NextGen Reporting Names Jonathan Hefler as Chief Executive Officer

July 3rd, 2017

Veteran litigation support executive to drive national growth and expansion at leader in technology-enhanced court reporting and litigation services

WAYNE, Pa., July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — NextGen Reporting, the nation’s leader in technology-enhanced court reporting and deposition services, announced the promotion of Jonathan Hefler to Chief Executive Officer. NextGen provides global court reporting, deposition and trial support services to law firms, Fortune 500 companies and national insurance organizations.

NextGen’s founder and chairman, David Noteware, commented “Jon has driven massive growth at NextGen since joining us as Chief Operating Officer in 2015. With Jon as CEO, both NextGen and our clients will continue to benefit from his unique expertise and creativity.”

Mr. Hefler is a seasoned veteran of the litigation support industry. Prior to joining NextGen, he served as Division President at U.S. Legal Support and Chief Operating Officer at TSG Reporting. He earned an MBA from the University of Miami and a BA from Haverford College.

“I’m honored to build upon NextGen’s foundation of service, quality and technology,” commented Hefler. “With so many opportunities for continued growth and leadership within the litigation support industry, I’m excited to ensure that NextGen always fulfills its promise to make litigation easier.”

About NextGen Reporting
NextGen Reporting is the premier, technology-enhanced court reporting and litigation support firm. NextGen’s unique combination of traditional and innovative legal services enables litigators to reduce expense while providing additional value to their clients. More information about NextGen’s global footprint, technology and world-class client service can be found at

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NextGen Reporting Completes 10,000th LegalView Remote Deposition

October 18th, 2016

Industry-leading Service Meets Needs of Litigators Worldwide

NextGen Reporting, a global leader in remote and traditional deposition, court reporting and trial support services, today announced that it successfully completed its 10,000th LegalView remote deposition this year.

Having served clients in all 50 states and 43 countries, LegalView is the only patented, remote video platform that is simple to use and can be deployed anywhere there is an internet connection. Designed specifically for depositions, witness interviews and trials, LegalView makes it easy for law firms, in-house counsel, expert witnesses, claims adjusters and clients to eliminate travel expense, reduce wasted time, and streamline complex case schedules. Tens of thousands of LegalView participants have connected through a variety of devices including computers, mobile devices, videoconferencing equipment and traditional telephones. Attendees choose to participate actively or merely observe through a virtual “one-way mirror.”

“NextGen Reporting helps me serve clients better,” said Jayne Risk, Partner at DLA Piper. “I can invite clients and experts to view all the depositions live and provide real time feedback facilitating their participation in the process.”

LegalView can also provide clients with rapid access to high-quality video recordings of each proceeding for use in time-sensitive negotiations, pleadings and trial presentation.

“We are delighted that LegalView benefits clients of all sizes,” said David Noteware, CEO of NextGen Reporting. “It’s exciting to see law firms and corporations embrace innovative ways to reduce costs and streamline the litigation process.”

Studies by both law firms and corporate clients report that “soft costs” such as travel and lodging for attorneys, clients, experts and witnesses often total more than 2 to 3 times the associated stenography fees of a deposition. LegalView solves this problem by eliminating soft costs and enhancing productivity.

LegalView’s remote streaming technology is built upon NextGen’s portfolio of patents which serve as the backbone for the world-class service and support received by all LegalView clientele. All remote video streams are protected by military grade, 128-AES encryption, and a full, media-rich recording is immediately archived in NextGen’s secure online repository protected by next generation 2048-bit RSA encryption.

About NextGen Reporting
NextGen Reporting makes the litigation process easier. NextGen’s innovative deposition services enable litigators to boost their effectiveness and provide additional value to clients. As a pioneer in providing technology-enhanced deposition services, NextGen services clients in all 50 states and around the globe. More information can be found at

Honored to Win Remote Deposition Award

August 4th, 2016

Recognizing NextGen Reporting as the industry leader, Legal Elite Awards chose NextGen Reporting as “Best for Remote Deposition Services.” This award noted NextGen’s superior expertise in conducting remote depositions around the world. NextGen has handled thousands of remote depositions for law firms and corporations of all sizes. Learn more about how remote depositions can help make litigation easier for you.

NextGen Acquires Wilcox & Fetzer

November 20th, 2015

NextGen Reporting acquired Wilcox & Fetzer in 2015 and continues its 30 years tradition of providing law firms, corporations and government entities with world-class court reporting, deposition services and technologies that deliver the accuracy and the quality necessary to successfully handle all manner of litigation.

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NextGen Profiled as Legal Service Leader

September 1st, 2015

NextGen Reporting was highlighted again as the pace setter in remote depositions. Vidyo, a leader in remote video technology, found a dramatic growth in the overall market for remote depositions, mediations and arbitrations and identified LegalView as the premier solution for nationwide insurers “to reduce costs and support better decisions.” [Read more]

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