New York, New York (June 28, 2022) – PHP, an industry leading appellate services provider is pleased to announce a partnership with Appeal Press. Appeal Press focused on perfecting their appeals for their clients in all New York Appellate Courts, the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
While Appeal Press will now operate under the PrintingHouse Press (PHP) name, the Appeal Press leadership will assist with its client transition to PHP. Clients can expect to hear from the same trusted advisors whom they have been working with over the years, while also benefiting from access to PHP’s vast paralegal and appellate consultant staff.
Appeal Press clients will benefit from PHP’s proprietary, leading edge technological services included with every appeal. Each PHP client has password encrypted access to the most advanced client web portal in the industry. The portal provides convenient client access to client documents 24 hours a day. The client’s portal stores attorney records and briefs filed with the Court; allows clients to upload and download documents independently; tracks in real time all served and filed cases; posts oral argument dates and decisions.
“We look forward to working with the knowledgeable and respected folks at Appeal Press. They have a history of high-quality service and developing long term client loyalty,” stated John Farrell, President of PHP.
Since its inception in 1970, PHP has worked diligently to become the industry’s leading appellate services provider. Throughout the years, PHP has sustained a highly knowledgeable and experienced team of professionals whose mantra has always been to provide the legal community with unparalleled appellate printing and litigation support. With a shared dedication and cognizance, PHP’s staff of appellate consultants, paralegals and production specialists is renowned for its acute familiarity with the appellate rules and internal operating procedure of all the State Courts, the 13 Federal Circuit Courts and the United States Supreme Court.