DCR Litigation Services Awarded State Contract with Department of Motor Vehicles
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SOURCE DCR Litigation Services
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The California State Department of Motor Vehicles has announced its selection of DCR Litigation Services as the sole provider of certified shorthand reporters and transcription services for all judicial hearings of the new motor vehicle board statewide.
The New Motor Vehicle Board's (NMVB's) mission is to enhance relations between dealers and manufacturers throughout the State of California by resolving disputes in the new motor vehicle industry in an efficient, fair, and cost-effective manner. Also within the New Motor Vehicle Board is a Consumer Mediation Services Program which attempts to resolve disputes between consumers and new motor vehicle dealers and/or manufacturers or distributors through informal mediation.
Selection of DCR's bid, ahead of those submitted by other interested court reporting firms, reflects DCR's responsible and reasonable fee structure as well as its proven capacity to meet the high standards and diverse requirements of the NMVB. DCR has been providing technology and service solutions as a prime contractor to NMVB since 2009, demonstrating its excellence in court reporting, including additional services such as Realtime translation, transcript and exhibit production, and strategic repository hosting, for merit and judicial proceedings in the NMVB's Northern Districts. With this new contract, DCR's responsibilities have been increased to provide certified court reporters for all hearings held before the NMVB in the four Southern Districts, as well – constituting statewide coverage of the NMVB's proceedings.
About DCR Litigation Services As the largest certified minority business provider of deposition services, DCR Litigation Services offers complete deposition services for all types of corporate complex litigation matters. Inclusive of their service portfolio are deposition services, on-line document/video repositories, certified interpreters, and trial presentation services.
For additional information, please contact:
Annette Duke Chief Executive Officer DCR Litigation Services (800) 327-3003
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