Monday September 5, 2011
U.S. Legal Support Completes Acquisition of Consor & Associates Reporting and Transcription, Inc. and Sunstream Video and Videoconferencing, Inc.
HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–U.S. Legal Support, Inc., a preeminent provider of full-service court reporting, record retrieval, legal staffing, litigation, trial and document review services, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Consor & Associates Reporting and Transcription, Inc. and Sunstream Video and Videoconferencing, Inc. located in West Palm Beach, Florida.
“We are thrilled to have Consor and Sunstream on board and by combining the strength of our companies we take a significant step in our strategy to be the preferred provider of litigation services. Their stellar reputation as client-oriented professionals is well-known throughout the South Florida legal community,” said Charles F. Schugart, president and chief executive officer of U.S. Legal Support, Inc.
“This partnership builds on U.S. Legal Support’s array of services throughout the country and we are delighted the acquisition is complete and that we are now officially a part of U.S. Legal Support,” said Judith Consor.
Judith Consor is the owner of Consor & Associates Reporting and Transcription, Inc. and Sunstream Video and Videoconferencing, Inc. The company provides court reporting, legal video and videoconferencing services.
About U.S. Legal Support
U.S. Legal Support provides Court Reporting, Record Retrieval, Legal Staffing & Document Review andESI, Litigation & Trial Services to law firms, insurance companies and corporations nationwide. Our Power of Commitment ensures that all these services are provided with accuracy, speed and advanced technology. U.S. Legal Support has numerous offices across the country reflecting hundreds of years of combined experience in the legal support business. It is our commitment to being available, involved and accountable that sets U.S. Legal Support apart.
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