Why Royal Phillips

We have merged the talents and experience of Royal Reporting Services and Phillips Legal Services, two longstanding locally owned and managed court reporting and litigation support offices.

The co-owners and managers are Sherree Blakemore CSR, formerly President and CEO of Royal Reporting Services, Inc., and Tom Lange CSR, formerly owner of Phillips Legal Services. Our talented and dedicated staff will provide you the most cost-effective, professional, and responsive service you’ve ever experienced.

We’re a boutique firm with a devotion to old-fashioned personal attention and have the horsepower to handle your most complex and involved litigation.



If you need a court reporter or a deposition reporter in Sacramento; if you’re looking for a conference room in New York – or you just received notice that a witness has moved to Canada – with the click of a mouse or a quick phone call, Royal Phillips Reporting will travel for you, or we’ll find a highly-skilled reporter, award-winning real-time reporter, videographer, and/or a comfortable video conference facility – we’ll set up conference space in most major cities within the United States and Canada – or anywhere in the world. With our network of over 100 offices nationwide, Royal Phillips will take the lead and fulfill your needs.

Welcome to Royal Reporting Services, Inc. in Association with the National Court Reporters Association

Our mission has always been to provide the most up-to-date technology and the most skillful reporters. We provide a level of excellence in transcript preparation and customer service that is second to none, and we promise to not only satisfy your expectations, but exceed them each and every time!

  • National Coverage
  • 24/7 Online Access to Transcripts and exhibits
  • PDF Delivery
  • Real time Depositions, Arbitrations, Court Proceedings
  • Remote Depositions with Real-time and video connection
  • Audio File Transcription
  • In-house Videographers
  • Video Teleconference
  • Conference Suites
  • Interpreters