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PrintingHouse Press (PHP) Wins Best Appellate Services Provider and Best Appellate Printer for Third Consecutive Year

by | Oct 8, 2019

New York, NY – October 7, 2019 – PrintingHouse Press (PHP), the leader in appellate services and litigation support, is honored to announce that for the third consecutive year it has been named Best Appellate Services Provider and Best Appellate Printer in the New York Law Journal’s 2019 Best Of survey. Prior to winning the past three years, PHP had been a top two honoree for seven years running since the origination of the awards in 2010.

“It is an honor that truly never gets old,” said John Farrell, President of PHP . “With the advent of electronic filing this past year we have focused heavily on excelling in this area and are grateful that our client base has acknowledged this by again voting us top honors in the Best Of survey. We are delighted with the win and offer a sincere thank you to all.”

The New York Law Journal offers legal professionals the opportunity to support the best providers of services to the legal community. The Best Of survey covered several dozen categories, including the areas of litigation support, data technology, research and more. The results were announced in a special section of the New York Law Journal, included in the October 7th issue.

For more information regarding the New York Law Journal Best Of survey, as well as a full list of the winners, please visit

About PHP

Since its inception in 1970, PHP has worked diligently to become the industry’s leading appellate services provider. With a shared dedication and broad knowledge base, the PHP staff of appellate consultants, paralegals and production specialists is renowned for its in-depth familiarity with the appellate rules and internal operating procedures of all state and federal Courts.

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NYLJ Best of Survey 2019 Results

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