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PHP Releases the 10th Anniversary Edition of Appellate Lawyer Preparation

by | Apr 14, 2022

NEW YORK, N.Y. (April 13, 2022) – Top Appellate Services Provider PHP has released the 10th Anniversary Edition of their quarterly newsletter Appellate Lawyer Preparation. When PHP launched their inaugural newsletter, the goal was to provide guidance on complex appellate court procedures and share knowledge and best practices gleaned from years serving thousands of appellate attorneys nationwide. A decade later it is safe to say that this still holds true.

Due to the ever-changing rules of the appellate industry and with many new technological advancements being implemented within the courts appellate filings are taking on a whole new look and feel. The PHP team consistently keeps the conversation current by writing articles for the purpose of answering clients’ most frequently asked questions in a concise and organized manner.

“With the emergence of electronic filing attorneys are taking a crash course in technology leading too many questions and concerns in this unfamiliar world of e-filing,” stated, John Farrell, President of PHP. “Our staff realizes the importance of getting this information out to law firms so we consistently choose current and topical subjects for our newsletters making it extremely popular with attorneys.” Appellate Lawyer Preparation will continue to evolve along with the needs of appellate attorneys.

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