U.S. Legal Support Proudly Ranked The #1 Foreign Language Translation Provider and Top 3 Court Reporting and Deposition Service Provider in the New York Law Journal

Houston, TX, October 19, 2020 – U.S. Legal Support Inc., the nation’s leading provider of litigation support services, is proud to announce that our New York clients and the readers of the New York Law Journal have voted us the #1 Foreign Language Translation Provider and a top 3 Court Reporting & Deposition Service Provider in the “Best of 2020 Readers Ranking Survey.” With a network of 5,000+ court reporters plus another 5,000+ translation specialists and interpreters fluent in 200+ languages, U.S. Legal Support can provide translation services for in-person or remote depositions, arbitrations, hearings and other business meetings.

“We are grateful and humbled to receive this recognition from the readers of the New York Law Journal,” said Shana Holton, CSR, Chief Revenue Officer, U.S. Legal Support. “As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, depositions and other business meetings are increasingly being conducted in remote formats. As everyone continues to adjust and keep business moving forward, we are here to help with in-person and virtual deposition, interpreting and translation services. We greatly appreciate the support from our clients and the entire New York legal community for selecting U.S. Legal Support for this honor and look forward to servicing their litigation support needs with a full suite of court reporting, record retrieval, interpreting & translations, trial services and legal transcription services.”

Interpreting & Translation Services

U.S. Legal Support has a network of 5,000+ interpreters fluent in 200+ languages and who are well versed in the slang, terminology and nuances of regional dialects. With a minimum of 5 years’ legal interpreting experience, the U.S. Legal Support interpreters are knowledgeable in legal terminology and “specialty language” including financial, intellectual property, medical and pharmaceutical content. Our interpreters are available for in-person depositions within one of our 85+ nationwide offices or virtually leveraging our remote deposition platform, RemoteDepo™.

Leveraging this team and extensive experience, U.S. Legal Support can perform accurate and certified document translations of legal documents, business contracts, medical records, immigration files and more. All files are transmitted with end-to-end encryption via the HIPAA compliant and SOC 2 Type II certified U.S. Legal Support Client Portal.

Remote and In-Person Deposition Services
U.S. Legal Support has a network of 5,000+ independent court reporting professionals across the country available for any situation – depositions, arbitrations, trials, interviews and more. Whether you’re looking for court reporting services in New York or in other cities, with 85+ physical office locations staffed by expert teams ready to accommodate the unique needs of your case, U.S. Legal Support has the nationwide presence to provide professional reporters for all of your needs.

For remote depositions, U.S. Legal Support offers RemoteDepo™. On this virtual platform, everyone can participate in a remote deposition and interact as if they were in the same conference room. With an internet connection and webcam-equipped device, you can communicate in realtime, observe witness body language and seamlessly facilitate questioning. RemoteDepo™ has functionality and features to mimic in-person proceedings including exhibit sharing, on-screen annotations, private breakout rooms, virtual waiting rooms, realtime feed of the court reporter’s transcript and more. Participants can join from one of U.S. Legal Support’s 85+ nationwide offices or from the safety and comfort of their own home or office.

InstantExhibit+ provides a secure online repository for parties to upload exhibits electronically both before and during depositions, in addition to maintaining a central digital collection of exhibits for ongoing complex, document-intense matters.

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