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PHP Launches a New Site!

by | Mar 19, 2024

New York, New York (March 18, 2024)PHP, the nation’s leading appellate services provider, has launched a new sleek and informative website.  The knowledge driven site heightened by engaging content and current social media is complimented by fresh videos, rolling graphics and dynamic colors. It is a site optimized and designed around responsive technology making it easier for the user to navigate via desktop or mobile devices for a better viewing experience.

“We developed a site that offers a one stop approach to everything appellate – and with a touch of humor – which for the most part is scarce in the legal industry. While we don’t take ourselves too seriously, we take our work seriously and we feel that is overwhelmingly apparent when you browse our new site,” stated John Farrell, President of PHP.”

The new site provides all the information previously available, but with easier access and clearer direction to the material. PHP’s mission is to provide clients with a tool for gathering knowledge and information and an opportunity to share with colleagues through social channels.

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