U.S. Legal Support Named Midwest’s Best Court Reporting and Deposition Service Provider for the 5th Consecutive Year

U.S. Legal Support, Inc., a preeminent provider of a suite of litigation support services including: court reporting, record retrieval, eDiscovery and trial services has been voted the 2017 Best Court Reporting and Deposition Service Provider in the Midwest by readers of The National Law Journal. This is the fifth consecutive year U.S. Legal Support has received this honor.

Additionally, U.S. Legal Support received 1st place wins in the following categories:

Best Document Management Solutions for Retrieved Records

Best Organization for Court Document Retrieval Product

Best Video Deposition/Production Services

Best End-to-End eDiscovery Provider

The National Law Journal Best of The Midwest 2017 readers’ poll was comprised of attorneys and legal professionals placing votes for those firms and legal service providers who triumphed among their competitors in providing exceptional service to the legal community.

“It is an honor to be named the Best Court Reporting and Deposition Services Provider in the Midwest for the 5th consecutive year. We humbly thank all who voted for U.S. Legal Support this year and in the past and commit to continuing to provide exceptional service,” stated Jim Cunningham, U.S. Legal Support’s Senior Vice President and Midwest Division President.

U.S. Legal Support offers a suite of court reporting services including: videography, transcription services, multi-party case management, complex asbestos litigation, an online client portal, mobile app and much more.

About U.S. Legal Support

U.S. Legal Support, Inc., founded in 1996, is a privately held company with over 75 offices located across the United States. As one of the leading providers of litigation services, we are the only litigation support company that provides court reporting, record retrieval, eDiscovery and trial services to major corporations and law firms nationwide.

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