Court Reporting Made Easy

Barbara Como Reporting, Inc., is a full-service court reporting agency dedicated to old-fashioned service and customer satisfaction.

Specializing in Depositions and Arbitrations, Barbara Como and her network of reporters will help manage all aspects of discovery from your first deposition through trial.

Let us use our 40 years of experience to help your case

One-Stop Service, with all the Bells and Whistles

BCR staff and reporters are experts in all aspects of court reporting and can provide for you a full-service litigation experience for all your needs. Just tell us what you need and we will make it happen.

Experts in Complex Business Litigation Cases.

We have managed thousands of depositions and documents in ongoing cases up to and including the trial.

Court Reporting Services

  • Full Litigation Support Package which includes: Hard copy and/or electronic in e-Tran, .txt, .rtf, .pdf and exhibits as hard copy and/or scan, condensed and word list both hard copy and scan
  • Videotape scheduling and confirmation
  • Video transcript synchronization
  • Nationwide deposition and confirmation
  • Exhibit management
  • No surcharge for expert witnesses
  • Rough draft and expedites
  • Interpreters
  • Timestamping – hard copy and electronic
  • Woman owned business
  • Owned by a working CSR – one in the trenches

Company History

Since 1979 Barbara Como has reported thousands of depositions, spanning from short one-hour depositions to 35 days for one witness.  These depositions  run the gamut of personal injury and family law to extremely large complex business litigation with a special emphasis on expert testimony in medical malpractice, the sciences, accounting malpractice, to name a few. She has vast experience working in various courts throughout California — State courts, Federal courts and Bankruptcy courts.  She has extensive experience working for the State in administrative proceedings of all kinds, including many State agencies and school districts throughout Northern California.

With her past experience as a reporter in court she is well-equipped to report and manage arbitrations.  Some of those arbitrations have lasted for many months.  One particular arbitration took four days a week for ten months, and required the management of 1.5 million documents.  The arbitrator oftentimes referred to her as his clerk.