Northern Kentucky Court Reporters is the premier choice for Covington Kentucky court reporters. We provide court reporters and legal video deposition services to Covington KY. Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has put together a balanced staff of experienced court reporters to serve Covington.
Our court reporters are bringing a fresh approach to court reporting in Covington. We guarantee that transcripts will be produced within seven business days, we offer the lowest rates in Northern Kentucky and we have a full-time staff of proofreaders review every transcript to ensure accuracy. Northern Kentucky Court Reporters is simply the best court reporting solution for Covington, KY.
Northern Kentucky Court Reporters has court reporters and legal video deposition services available in Covington, Kentucky. We will assist you by reserving conference rooms, court reporters and legal videographers in Covington, Kentucky.
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Our Northern Kentucky Court Reporters are fortunate to live and work in Covington, KY on a daily basis. If you are a local attorney then you already know about all the city has to offer. If you are lucky enough to be visiting Covington for your next deposition, take some time and explore our city. If you have any questions, just ask our court reporters after your deposition is over or give our scheduling manager a call.
Covington is one of the two county seats of Kenton County, Kentucky. It is located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking rivers. Cincinnati, Ohio, lies to its north across the Ohio and Newport, Kentucky, to its east across the Licking. Part of the Cincinnati–Northern Kentucky metropolitan area, Covington had a population of 40,640 at the time of the 2010 U.S. census, making it the 5th-most-populous city in Kentucky.
Founded in 1815, Covington is the largest city in Northern Kentucky and has the largest number of National Register historic districts (16), for a city its size, in the state of Kentucky. Covington is well known for its downtown commercial district which is home to a large concentration of historic buildings, the Artists’ Enterprise Center, the Northern Kentucky Convention Center and an eclectic small business mix including Donna Salyer’s Fabulous Furs, the shoppes of Mainstrasse, numerous art galleries, the Covington Arts District and unique eateries and dining districts including Mainstrasse Village and the Roebling Pointe neighborhood.
Covington has many of Kentucky’s premier attractions including the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower, the Garden of Hope, John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge (the symbol of Northern Kentucky Court Reporters), Mother of God Church, St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Behringer-Crawford Museum of Northern Kentucky History and Heritage, the Carnegie Visual & Performing Arts Center, the Railway Museum, the Madison Theater, Devou Park Bandshell & the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, and much more. Again, ask our court reporters for advice if you have limited time to check out all that Covington KY has to offer.
Covington is also home to several of Northern Kentucky’s favorite events and annual festivals. Our court reporters recommend the First Friday Gallery Hop, Maifest, Mainstrasse Oktoberfest, Mardi Gras, The Original Goetta Festival, Fresh Art and many others.
Dining out in Covington is never an easy choice — try one of Mainstrasse Village or Roebling Pointe’s many restaurants or pubs; sample authentic Korean at Riverside Korean; order a delicious cheeseburger at WhackBurger; of course, Guinness and Irish Stew are always on the menu at Molly Malone’s Irish Pub; try Greenup Cafe, Chalk Food + Wine or Otto’s for delicious contemporary small plates and inspired spins on the classics. And for pure kitsch including Elvis on the jukebox, try the local favorite: Anchor Grill…they doze but they never close!
There are lots of great pubs and beer houses that have been visited by our Covington KY court reporters. The Mainstrasse Village Pub is a local favorite that has scored outstanding reviews from court reporters and attorneys alike. You owe it to yourself to stop in to the Cock & Bull Pub, home to 60 craft beers and award-winning fish & chips, it’s a good break after any deposition. For a more relaxed setting, try Bouque Restaurant and Wine Bar, it offers great food and great wine.
In the event that our court reporters’ encyclopedic knowledge of Covington KY is not enough, check out the visitor’s guide at the Northern Kentucky Convention Bureau.