Legal IT Newswire: Veritext Legal Solutions Takes Top Honors in Best of New York Law Journal Survey

Veritext Legal Solutions, the leader in deposition and litigation support solutions, announces the company has taken top honors in the Best of the New York Law Journal survey with first place rankings in both the Court Reporting and Depositions Services Provider and Video Deposition/Production Services categories.
Published since 2010, the New York Law Journal Reader Rankings give the New York legal community the opportunity to acknowledge those they believe to be the best providers of products and services in their market. The ballot has several dozen categories – from data technology products and banking services to litigation support and alternative dispute resolution providers – to showcase the businesses that stand out among their competitors in providing the essentials required to compete in today’s legal market.
“We are deeply committed to the New York legal community, and as a result, in the last year we have acquired Diamond Reporting, Winter Reporting and the former U.S. Court Reporting business of Epiq – all with bases in New York,” states Tom Esposito, regional vice president of Veritext’s Northeast Region. “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to vote for us and the companies we have joined forces with over the last year.”
“Being part of Veritext means our clients have access to new technology tools and more than 130+ brick-and-mortar locations throughout North America that are equipped with state-of-the-art deposition suites,” states Jane Sackheim, founder of Diamond Reporting, a Veritext Company. “We are definitely better together and are thankful for the ongoing support of the New York legal community.”
As part of its commitment to the New York court reporting industry, the company recently introduced a new state-of-the-art arbitration center located in New York’s Downtown Financial District with national and international videoconferencing solutions.
The full survey results are available in the most recent issue of the New York Law Journal or at
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