Open for over 25 years, Greenhouse Reporting is a full service New York City litigation reporting firm that uses state-of-the-art technology to gain an advantage over our competitors and work to your firm’s advantage. 

Owner Eleanor Greenhouse started Greenhouse Reporting in 1986 and has built the firm into one of New York City’s best court reporting firms. 

One reason that makes Greenhouse Reporting the best is our experience. Our court reporting firm doesn’t employ those straight out of college, but only New York City litigation reporters that have at least 10 years’ worth of experience, which includes our freelance reporters working worldwide. 
Don’t be afraid of our expertise, we work with sole practitioners or large firms that have made their mark throughout the country. We treat every firm different and with the respect they deserve. 

Along with our experience, we pride ourselves in the technological capabilities we’re able to provide our clients. From video conferencing services and video synchronization to LiveNote and RealTime internet services, we have the technology that’s needed in today’s day and age and to be ahead of the game in court reporting. 

No case is too big or too small, and no firm is too big or too small for our NYC litigation reporters. We have the experience, technology and expertise to tackle any case and project, either from our Sixth Street suite in Manhattan, across the country in Los Angeles or across the pond in London.

If your firm is in need of any kind of court reporting services, call upon the firm that’s been in business for over 25 years, with today’s technology. 


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Our Staff



Eleanor Greenhouse

From working at the prestigious Lee, Wooden & Ziegler LLP to opening her own practice in 2001, Angeline has represented Arts & Entertainment clients large and small for nearly 20 years. She made headlines in 2010 when she secured the “Kingston Woman” rights to songwriter Helen Jones and continues to provide the same dedication to all her clients. Practicing since the first internet boom, Angeline has hands-on experience with how technology affects the creative industry. Staying ahead of the law’s frequent changes is Angeline’s sixth sense.



Juris Doctor, 1997

B.A., Film & Music, 1994

Activities & Affiliations

• ABCD Bar Association, Member
• IP Law for Creatives Association, Member-at-Large
• Civil Rights Conservation, Secretary

Bar Admissions

• New York, Tennessee, California



general manager / tech support

Ken Ortolano

Spencer focuses on the various facets of law that revolve around digital media and technology, whether that’s securing patents and trademarks for wearable tech or negotiating distribution agreements for the now prolific AZL App. Prior to co-founding Harris Ingram, he managed the tech startup accounts for Lee, Wooden & Ziegler LLP. Spencer has represented and advised entrepreneurs on best legal practices for their business for over 15 years.



Juris Doctor, 1999

B.A., Economics, 1995

Activities & Affiliations

• ABCD Bar Association, Member
• Constitutional Conservation, Member

Bar Admissions

• New York, Illinois, California



account / marketing

Jes Felix

Isabel got her start working under Hugo Walters, Esq., director of the ABC Fashion Institute. She specializes in all things related to fashion law, whether that’s securing a trademark for a logo design or helping clients work through federal textile laws. Before joining Harris Ingram, she was an associate at fine arts practice Veronica Chin, PLLC. Isabel also represents fine artists, galleries, appraisers, and more on art litigation matters.



Juris Doctor, 2002

B.A., Art History, 1999

Activities & Affiliations

• ABCD Bar Association, Member

Bar Admissions

• New York, California