LawScribe Ranked #1 Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) Company Worldwide in Support, Transcription & Legal Document Management

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LawScribe, Inc. announced today that it was awarded the number one ranking in the Legal Process Outsourcing "Support, Transcription and Legal Document Management" category, and the number four overall ranking across the entire LPO industry in the Black Book of Outsourcing 2008 survey of LPO vendors and advisors.

Support, Transcription and Legal Document Management

LawScribe, Inc. announced today that it was awarded the number one ranking in the Legal Process Outsourcing "Support, Transcription and Legal Document Management" category, and the number four overall ranking across the entire LPO industry in the Black Book of Outsourcing 2008 survey of LPO vendors and advisors.

Over 80 LPOs worldwide competed for top ten honors in 2008. LawScribe was also ranked as the number three LPO in Legal Analytics and Due Diligence, and number four in Contracts and Legal Document Review. The 2008 Black Book rankings cap off a memorable 12 months for LawScribe, during which time the company has repeatedly been ranked in the very top echelon of legal process outsourcing companies globally.

The Black Book Survey produced by the Brown-Wilson Group (http://theblackbookofoutsourcing.com/) ranks providers of outsourced sales processes and services. Outsourcing providers are ranked independently by a rigorous three step process designed to ensure candid performance data. The Black Book of Outsourcing is regarded as the most comprehensive publication on outsourcing. In April 2008, CIO magazine ranked the Black Book Survey as the number one outsourcing vendor ranking.

"Over the last 12 months we have expanded both our U.S. and India teams and this recognition is due in major part to their ongoing fantastic performance. Our employees have built unrivalled domain expertise in the four and half years since the company's formation. The 2008 Black Book survey is further independent verification, by our clients, of the consistently high quality performance of the LawScribe teams," says Kunoor Chopra, LawScribe's President and CEO.

Mark Ross, LawScribe's Vice President of Sales and Marketing adds, "At LawScribe we strive to be at the forefront of the LPO industry, taking responsibility for developing new initiatives and setting the standards for others to follow. Over the last 6 months we have been recognized by TIME® Magazine as an "Industry Leader," the IAOP as the highest ranked LPO in the Global Outsourcing 100 and now by the Black Book as the top LPO in Support, Transcription, and Legal Document Management. This ongoing recognition is evidence of the consistently high quality legal support services we provide to our clients."

About LawScribe: LawScribe (http://www.law-scribe.com) is one of the world's leading Legal Process Outsourcing companies. With offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Gurgaon, India, LawScribe provides high-quality, cost-effective, innovative legal support services to law firms, corporations and legal organizations. LawScribe serves clients globally including Am Law 100 law firms, Fortune 500 companies and national legal organizations. LawScribe provides services in the following areas: intellectual property, e-discovery and document review, corporate transactional, and legal research and support.

For more information, please visit http://www.law-scribe.com, email mross @ law-scribe.com and visit the LawScribe Legal Process Outsourcing blog http://blog.law-scribe.com/

About The Black Book of Outsourcing and the 2008 Survey: The Black Book of Outsourcing (Wiley Publishers) is an international business book and independent outsourcing resource manual written by co-authors Doug Brown and Scott Wilson of the Brown-Wilson Group. For the 2008 survey, invitations were sent to 125,000 outsourcing users including executives of Fortune 2000, Inc 500, and Professional Group Members. The survey results are based on 20,000+ externally validated responses.

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