Babiarz Court Reporting Service has been serving the Hudson Valley legal community since 1963. In 1963 Mary T. Babiarz opened an office in the City of Poughkeepsie where she worked until her retirement when the business was taken over by her daughter, Mary Kate Babiarz, in 1980. The founding principle of the business, which still remains in place today, is to always strive to exceed the expectations of the client by providing quality customer service, timely delivery, and the highest quality transcripts.
Our extensive affiliations with professional certified freelance court reporters provides each client with dependable, personal and professional court reporting services, and our highly experienced office staff provides exemplary litigation and organizational support. We are passionate about understanding our clients’ needs, establishing long-term relationships with our clients and continuing to earn our excellent reputation in the court reporting field.
The Babiarz portfolio of professional experience includes depositions in personal injury, contracts, matrimonial, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical, aeronautic, asbestos, as well as arbitrations, municipal hearings, environmental, workers’ compensation hearings, written interrogatories, stockholder meetings, trials, etc. Babiarz remains on the forefront of technology offering videoconferencing services, videography, litigation support, realtime reporting and go green services.
In order to further compliment our business services, in 2007 Babiarz Court Reporting acquired American Legal Transcription Service to provide quality audio transcription serving all New York State and federal courts of electronic record: Family Court, Supreme Court, Surrogate’s Court, Court of Claims, City & Civil, US District and Bankruptcy Courts.
Babiarz Court Reporting is a proud member of the New York State Court Reporters Association, National Court Reporters Association, Society of Technological Advancement of Reporting, Remote Counsel Network, Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Dutchess County Arts Council, and supports a number of local non-profit charities in the Hudson Valley.