Caseworks Litigation Services is the leading North Carolina court reporting and litigation support firm. Our goal is to provide a full-service, one-stop shop for any and all of your legal needs. Since our founding in 1988, we have been dedicated to excellence in court reporting, expertise in case management, personal commitment to customer service, and the highest technology solutions.
With 6 offices in North Carolina and over 50 national and international court reporting partners, we have created a convenient way to serve you from coast-to-coast. Our team of highly experienced professionals and certified court reporters and legal videographers are always ready to help whenever you need it.
CaseWorks actively sponsors organizations and events throughout the legal community, including those involving our clients, court reporters, and staff. We also proudly support several local non-profit organizations such as Justice Matters (justicemattersnc.org), a Durham, NC based company that provides free legal services through volunteer attorneys to individuals affected by human trafficking.
Jim Anderson is the President of Caseworks Litigation Services. Over the course of his career, Jim has worked closely with companies and their management teams in strategic, financial, and investing roles. Most recently, he was a strategic and corporate development advisor for Corporate Executive Board (NYSE: CEB), a company that consults over 85% of the Fortune 500. Before that, Jim was with Trinity Capital LLC, a leading investment bank which provides financial advice on mergers and acquisitions, capital raises, restructurings, and strategic advisory assignments to middle-market businesses. Jim started his career at JPMorgan in their asset management group.
Jim earned his MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in finance and accounting from Master’s University. He played college golf and competed in two national championships. He resides in Durham, NC with his wife and three daughters.
Linda Russell is the Founder of CaseWorks. Linda was schooled and licensed in California as a Certified Shorthand Reporter in 1983 and at the national level as a Registered Professional Reporter. After moving to Winston-Salem, Linda began her North Carolina career in 1987 as a contract reporter for the State of NC. She soon realized the need for freelance shorthand reporters at which time she founded Russell Court Reporting (later renamed “CaseWorks”), the first computerized stenotype court reporting firm in the Piedmont Triad. Linda’s professional passion has always been to stay at the forefront of litigation technology. Her leadership has allowed CaseWorks to provide clients with the most state-of-the-art reporting services available.
While building CaseWorks, Linda raised her two boys who today are a Naval Officer in the U.S. Navy and a Mechanical Engineer at Boeing. She currently resides in Bellingham, WA with her husband.