ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Atlanta-based LawDocsXpress (www.lawdocsxpress.com) announced a new national contract to provide 100 percent of the legal word processing services and overflow legal secretarial services to one of the largest and highly ranked employment law firms in the U.S. This is LawDocs’ eighth AMLAW 100 legal word processing client and its third national top ranked labor and employment law firm account. LawDocs supports more than 100 law firms across the U.S. including several regional employment law firms.
“Law firms and their clients benefit by holding down non-attorney costs and using top quality U.S. labor. Everybody wins.”
“LawDocs has been supporting the headquarters location of this AMLAW 100 law firm since 2009, but this is a major expansion to a nationwide contract,” said Catherine Massey, co-founder and chairman of LawDocs. While this firm has a policy of not endorsing vendors publicly, the law firm has volunteered to serve as a reference for LawDocs. “Legal is a closely knit community, so having this highly respected firm commend our legal word processing skills is significant.”
Announcing accomplishments without naming names may seem unusual, but it’s typical for the legal industry. LawDocs has additional AMLAW 100 clients for whom it provides legal word processing services, but the firms’ policies prohibit listing the firms’ names.
“Labor and employment firms appreciate the added value of working with a 100 percent woman-owned small business that uses only U.S. labor,” said Sharon Quaintance, co-founder and CEO. “Law firms and their clients benefit by holding down non-attorney costs and using top quality U.S. labor. Everybody wins.”
LawDocsXpress outsources legal secretarial, word processing and other legal support services via the Internet using only U.S. labor. Founded in 2002, the company provides on-demand services 24x7x365 to law firms, corporate counsels and government attorneys. For more information, visit: www.lawdocsxpress.com.