John Connor opens first court reporting agency in Indianapolis with several partners (Medcalf, Mahon, Mahon, & Connor).
John Connor opens sole ownership firm of John E. Connor, Inc.
Jim Connor joins the firm as a certified court reporter.
Craig Williams joins the firm as a certified court reporter.
John E. Connor & Associates moves offices from the Union Federal Building to the newly built AUL Tower, expanding its office space to handle multi-party litigation.
Jim Connor and Craig Williams purchase reporting business from John E. Connor. Firm’s name changes to Connor & Associates, Inc.
With many real-time reporters, Connor is chosen to report press conferences for Indianapolis Motor Speedway to be disseminated to the world.
Connor brings legal video in-house and certifies several legal videographers. Connor also introduces editable, synchronization of videos with transcripts for clients.
Connor begins hosting international videoconferencing to Beijing, China, Germany and Brussels, Belgium.
Andrew Connor, third generation, joins firm out of college to start a career with the company.
Jim Connor chosen as one of a select few court reporters to report 911 and USS Cole bombing trials in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Lafayette, IN, office opens.
Bloomington, IN, office opens.
Ft. Wayne, IN, office opens.
Connor moves from AUL Tower to Salesforce Tower and doubles office space to accommodate multi-party litigations.
Craig Williams retires from partnership of Connor & Associates and Jim Connor becomes sole proprietor.
Andrew Connor is named Vice-President of the firm.
Connor opens Carmel, IN office
Connor opens expanded new offices in Bloomington and Ft. Wayne.
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