WELCOME TO MOA – CALIFORNIA COURT REPORTERS
YOUR LITIGATION SUPPORT PARTNER SINCE 1992
MOA has been serving the Sacramento Corridor for 25 years, covering depositions, court appearances, and various hearings. MOA has three physical offices to serve you in the North State where our clients enjoy comfortable facilities, plentiful free parking, professional and friendly California court reporters and staff, and all the technology to get the job done. We know that keeping a client depends upon providing consistently excellent and dependable service.
MOA knows each of its clients by name and we know their needs.
When your case requires that you go out of town or out of state for a deposition, don’t risk an unknown commodity – call MOA for all your reporting needs. MOA networks with reporting firms all over the United States that view customer service just as seriously as we do. By calling MOA, we can make all the arrangements, ensure you get the best rates, accommodations, quality reporting, and we can do the production ourselves to make sure all your personal preferences are taken care of.
We at MOA look forward to getting to know you!
MEET THE MOA TEAM – CALIFORNIA COURT REPORTERS
MOA Deposition Reporters has a great team of resourceful professionals.
Lisa Ollar, the owner and CEO of Lisa Ollar Corporation (dba MOA Deposition Reporters) has been a reporter for 35+ years and has owned and operated MOA since 1992. Lisa has worked in the Sacramento area her whole career, as well as the Yuba-Sutter and Butte County areas. She commenced her career in 1977 in Marysville, California, where she worked only in court, covering Sutter County, Yuba County, Butte County, Nevada County and Colusa County. In 1984, she moved to primarily deposition work while contracting with Malquist & Moncrief, a court reporting firm with offices in Yuba City and Sacramento. In 1992, she took over the Yuba City office of that firm, and then in 1997 took over the Sacramento office of that firm, and then in 2004, took over a local Chico reporting firm known as Switzer & Associates. Lisa has been growing her business ever since.
DEPOSITORY COORDINATOR | SACRAMENTO SCHEDULING | SACRAMENTO OFFICE MANAGER | DEPOSITORY BILLING | TECH SUPPORT
Alex Thomas manages MOA’s Sacramento location. He wears many hats. He’s our document depository coordinator and our on-site IT person, just to name a few of his many talents. Most importantly, he understands customer service and our customers love working with him. They know they can depend upon him for anything that crops up.
YUBA CITY & CHICO SCHEDULING | REGIONAL MANAGER
Gail Adams, our regional manager, has been with MOA since inception, 25 years ago.
Gail is, quite literally, the glue that holds us all together as a team. Over the 25 years she’s been at MOA, she has done it all. She has calendared, produced transcripts, accounting, payroll, accounts receivable and payable, errands, banking, HR, etc. She can be depended upon to help any team member in any area. She’s very resourceful and a master of customer service.
DEPOSITION BILLING | YUBA CITY LOCATION
Crystal Bond has been with MOA for about 16 years. She started in calendaring and transcript production in our Yuba City office, she later ran and managed our Chico office (all aspects), and currently she’s in charge of billing and collections for all three offices of MOA. Crystal has covered the gamut, beginning with scheduling the job when it first lands on our books, through production of the job, billing of the job. delivery and then payment. She has worked with many attorneys and their assistants over the years and has formed lasting relationships and mutual respect.
COURT ACCOUNT MANAGER | PLACER COURT PRODUCTION | YUBA CITY LOCATION
Layne Anderson commenced working for MOA when it landed the Placer County Superior Court Contract in February of 2013. Layne manages this major account of MOA, all aspects: She schedules reporters, has constant contact with the Court for daily updates and needs of the Court, she bills for all services, she oversees transcript production of all court transcripts, appeals, and many more duties involved with this account. In addition to that, she schedules reporters for all jobs on MOA’s calendar each day. She is very dependable and a hard worker. Her best quality is she handles the chaos that can occur daily in a very respectful and calm manner.