The Heico Companies announced that Stenograph, LLC has completed the acquisition of YesLaw.
YesLaw is a leading provider of video and transcript synchronization services, transcript storage and transcript production solutions for the court reporting industry. Established in 2001 and based in Santa Clara, California, YesLaw was previously a division of YesVideo Inc., a leading cloud platform for video memories in the retail market. YesLaw provides software to the legal services market, allowing court reporters and agencies to publish deposition transcripts, synchronized videos, linked exhibits and documents in a secure, online, always-available repository to meet the advanced needs of their litigation clients.
“YesLaw shares our vision of enabling our customers to be the best that they can be, and we are excited to have them join the Stenograph team,” said Jeremy Steele, President of Stenograph. “YesLaw’s suite of software solutions is an excellent complement to Stenograph’s writers and software products. Our customers are increasingly looking for ways to more efficiently create, produce and store transcripts, videos and exhibits. The addition of the YesLaw team and offerings will further enhance our ability and commitment to deliver the innovation, quality, value and services our customers deserve. We are very excited for the opportunity to continue to grow and develop new initiatives that will benefit the combined company.”
“With the acquisition by Stenograph, YesLaw is now part of a team that has a unified focus on court reporters, legal videographers, and reporting firms. We are excited to join them in providing leading-edge solutions and developing further integration with Stenograph products,” said Brian Clune, Vice President of YesLaw.
Stenograph’s acquisition of YesLaw positions it to continue to lead, support and invest in the future of the court reporting industry.