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The Huseby Journal

New brand, old friendships: Nashville office is now Huseby Inc.

More than two years ago, the Nashville-based court reporting firm Vowell & Jennings became part of the Huseby Inc. family of companies and evolved into Vowell, Jennings & Huseby.

As Huseby continues to expand litigation support services throughout the country, it has become more important that all of the offices share a consistent brand identity. So it’s with a sense of pride and anticipation that we’re writing to let you know our name will become Huseby Inc., as of June 1. But it’s only a name change. Jim, Gene, and the rest of our reporters, videographers and staff are still here and doing our best to support you.


Huseby Inc. has been providing court reporting and litigation support across the country since 1928. Our vision is to continue to “up the game” in Nashville, Tennessee, and throughout the country, providing good people, service and technology. We will continue to invest in the Nashville legal community and are committed to demonstrating in a tangible way how “upping the game” looks and why it matters to you. Paul Withrow, our Nashville business development manager, will be calling to check in with you over the next few weeks to generally follow up with you and answer any questions you might have,

Thank you for your many years of loyalty to Vowell & Jennings, and most recently Vowell, Jennings & Huseby. We’re looking forward to our new brand and continuing our old friendship with you.


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Huseby Inc. expands in Tennessee with merger creating Vowell, Jennings & Huseby in Nashville, Memphis

image001Huseby Inc., which offers court reporting and litigation support services in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, has expanded its long-established footprint in Tennessee through the creation of Vowell, Jennings and Huseby, based in Nashville and Memphis.

Vowell, Jennings & Huseby was created through the merger of Huseby Inc. of Charlotte, N.C. and Vowell & Jennings Court Reporters of Tennessee. The merger gives Huseby Inc. a new location in Nashville, where it has long had an office, as well as Memphis. Huseby also has an established location.

Huseby also has offices in Arizona, California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Georgia, North Carolina, New Mexico, New York, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. See all locations here..

As a result of the merger, Vowell, Jennings & Huseby has a high concentration of Tennessee’s best and most technologically savvy real-time court reporters.

“Our roots have run deep in Tennessee for over 30 years,” said Huseby Inc. CEO Scott Huseby. “This merger represents a major step in our ability to provide comprehensive one-stop litigation-support services to the legal community throughout the South as well as nationwide, and it continues our legacy of associating with the best in the industry.”

Gene Jennings and Jim Vowell will direct the work of Vowell, Jennings & Huseby from its base in Nashville. Vowell and Jennings began their partnership 38 years ago, after both had graduated from the Jacksonville Beach Institute of Court Reporting. In addition, Jennings has a B.S.from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan and an M.Ed. from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville. Vowell attended the University of Tennessee at Nashville.

Both men hold the National Court Reporters Association designation of Registered Merit Reporter, which recognizes them as among the top court reporters in the country, indicating they type at speeds of up to 260 words per minute at 95 percent accuracy. Vowell is a three-time past president of the Tennessee Court Reporters Association and former board member. He has attended 32 of the last 40 national conventions and served on several NCRA committees.

“We're excited,” Jennings said about the merger. “We see Huseby as a resource of resources for technology and expansion that we could have never imagined otherwise.”

Vowell said, “We are probably most thankful for the family-driven aspect of the Huseby merger. Scott and his staff are very gracious and want to learn as much as they want to teach. I personally have always been enamored with expansion, but want to be able to manage it the right way. This gives us that opportunity. The strong support ties are invaluable.”

The firm started as Vowell & Young approximately 41 years ago. It was the first true court reporting firm with a downtown Nashville office and became Vowell & Jennings approximately three years later. The company’s philosophy has always been to spend money on office and location and focus on competency, service and hospitality in order to attract the best business.

Huseby said, “One of the things about this merger that is so captivating to me is that it takes Huseby back to its roots in Tennessee. My father, Stuart Huseby, did his first and only merger in Chattanooga, Tenn., in the early ‘80s with Dick Smith of Smith Reporting, who was a great mentor and adviser to my dad throughout his career.”

Smith, before he recently passed away, co-founded the Tennessee Court Reporters’ Association and became its president. He was also president of the National Court Reporter’s Association and ultimately received its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award. Smith was also a federal court reporter in Chattanooga.

Huseby Inc.’s Tennessee locations

Vowell, Jennings & Huseby 214 2nd Ave. N, Suite 207, Nashville, TN 37201
(615) 256-1935
(800) 641-9390
Fax: 615-244-3434

Vowell, Jennings & Huseby 119 South Main St., Suite 500, Memphis, TN 38103
(901) 259-1112
(800) 641-9390
Fax: (615) 244-3434

Huseby Inc. 3069 Broad St #8, Chattanooga, TN 37408
(423) 267-0989

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Son of Nashville-based Huseby court reporter working his way through 'American Idol' auditions

Terri Beckham is a reporter with Vowell, Jennings & Huseby in Nashville, Tennessee and she has a little bit more than a rooting interest in the current season of “Amercan Idol.”

Her son, Clark Beckham, is one of the contestants on "American Idol" this season. She hopes to round up some support for him if and when he finds himself among the 24 finalists and voting begins.

His audition, held in Nashville in August, aired on Fox Thursday, Jan. 8. He advanced to the next round and will again appear on the show for the phase of competition called Hollywood Week, which, as Terry understands it, will begin Wednesday, Feb. 4.

We at Huseby are glad to have an “American Idol” contestant in the Huseby family, and are very impressed by what we’ve seen of him so far!

"American Idol" airs on Fox on Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central. The last of the audition rounds will be broadcast this week.

Those who survive Hollywood Week will advance to the Showcase round. At the conclusion of the Showcase, the show will have its 24 semifinalists. The public voting starts when the 24 semifinalists compete for one of the top 10 finalists spots.

There are several websites that say they have the list of the 24 remaining contestants.

Terri (and Clark) would love to have the support -- and votes -- of Huseby clients, reporters and staff who are “American Idol” fans.

“I'd love to have some Huseby folks already behind him when it's time for the public to start voting,” Terry says.

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