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The 2020 NYLJ ‘Best Of’ Survey is LIVE!

by | Jun 3, 2020

PrintingHouse Press has worked diligently to deliver the gold standard of appellate services to our clients. Your support enabled us to place number one in both the Best Appellate Services Provider and Best Appellate Printer categories for the last three consecutive years in the Best Of Survey.

We hope that you will continue to support PrintingHouse Press by voting us number one again in the 2020 New York Law Journal Best Of Survey .
Our categories can be found on questions 7 & 8 of the survey. If you do not wish to complete the entire survey, you can vote in select categories, then click “exit this survey” in the top right corner of the page.

Below is the link to vote:

Thank you for your efforts in helping us maintain our top honors! We hope you continue to stay safe, healthy and well.

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