Huney-Vaughn Court Reporters, Ltd. (HV) was originally founded in 1959 by Harold Guy. Guy Reporting Service became Guy and Johnson in 1964 when Roger Johnson joined the firm. George Huney and Mervin Vaughn joined the Guy and Johnson firm and in 1974 the firm became known as Johnson, Huney and Vaughn as Mr. Guy retired at this point.
Roger Johnson left the firm in 1986 for health reasons and it then became known as Huney-Vaughn Court Reporters, Ltd. At this point the firm expanded with additional offices in the Davenport/Quad Cities and Council Bluffs/Omaha areas. Huney-Vaughn has established relationships with other court reporters around the state as affiliates, allowing us to be able to cover work assignments statewide.
Mervin Vaughn, Roger Johnson, and George Huney
In 2015 George Huney retired. In 2019 Mervin Vaughn retired. The firm is now managed by Mervin's daughter Andrea Kreutz, whose specialty is IT services.
Huney-Vaughn was the first Iowa court reporting firm to computerize and has maintained the leading edge in technology. Today it is the largest firm in Iowa with a staff of 11 court reporters and a support staff of 5.
The principals also own a complete copy center service (Quick Copy Center, Inc.) for production of attorneys' briefs on appeal, copying of documents, preparation of exhibits (to include scanning), posters, and color reproductions.
The Des Moines location offers multiple conference rooms with televideoconferencing capabilities. The Davenport and Council Bluffs locations each have a conference room available for attorney use.
Huney-Vaughn enjoys an outstanding rapport and reputation in the business community. References, both business and/or personal, will be furnished upon request.