|By Business Wire||
|February 14, 2014 10:31 AM EST||
U.S. Legal Support Inc., a preeminent provider of full-service court reporting, record retrieval, litigation, ESI and trial services, announced the acquisition of Legal Ease Reporting, Inc., a full service court reporting agency based out of the New York metropolitan area.
Legal Ease Reporting specializes in defense negligence, medical malpractice, product liability, and commercial litigation. Founded by Mara Goldstein-Thomas and Adam Goldstein, Legal Ease Reporting has been serving the legal community for over a decade.
Charles F. Schugart, U.S. Legal Support President & CEO stated, “Mara Goldstein and Adam Goldstein have been serving the legal community with an unsurpassed level of commitment and integrity. We are honored to have them join the U.S. Legal Support family and look forward to the energy and expertise that they bring.”
Legal Ease Reporting founders, Mara Goldstein-Thomas and Adam Goldstein have joined U.S. Legal Support as Directors of Business Development in the New York metropolitan area.
Mara Goldstein-Thomas has been serving the legal community since 1989, as a certified real-time court reporter covering depositions and arbitrations in both New York and Florida. By 1992 Mara became a court reporting business owner serving the New York area. Adam Goldstein has a background in telecommunications, with over a decade of experience serving the legal community as the owner of Legal Ease Reporting.
U.S. Legal Support holds a national footprint with over 1,000 Court Reporters located across the United States, allowing clients the ability to schedule anywhere in the country from their local U.S. Legal Support office.
For more information visit www.uslegalsupport.com.
About U.S. Legal Support
U.S. Legal Support founded in 1996 provides Court Reporting, Record Retrieval, Trial Services, Litigation & ESI Services to law firms, insurance companies and corporations nationwide. The Power of Commitment mantra ensures that all services are provided with accuracy, speed and advanced technology. U.S. Legal Support has over 40 offices across the country committing to a national presence with local experience. www.uslegalsupport.com
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