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PHP Launches New Website with E-Filing How-to Videos

by | Nov 1, 2018

NEW YORK, N.Y. (October 30, 2018) – PHP, New York’s leading appellate services provider, unveiled its new website at www.phpny.com, with a major focus on E-Filing in the New York Appellate Division Courts. The vision for the new site was to create a site that is easy to navigate and keep attorneys up to date on the ever expanding rules of E-Filing.

This redesign represents an entirely new appearance for PHP’s online presence. In addition, PHP added an array of new features to help create a better web experience for clients, including an updated “On The Record” video section with answers to the most frequently asked questions and a revised client portal in which invoices can be viewed and paid on line. The site has been completely rebuilt around responsive technology which allows for a superior mobile experience.

To view our new website click this link

Since 1970, PHP has worked diligently to be the industry’s leading appellate services provider delivering innovative solutions that address the needs of clients as well as the appellate industry at large.

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