QuisLex Recognized as a Top LPO in the New York Law Journal’s 2012 Reader Rankings

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QuisLex, a premier offshore legal services provider, announced today that it was recognized as a top LPO vendor in the New York Law Journal’s 2012 Reader Rankings

QuisLex, Inc., a premier offshore legal services provider, today announced that it was recognized as a top LPO vendor in the New York Law Journal (NYLJ) 2012 Reader Rankings.
“As a long-time leader in the LPO industry, we are delighted to be recognized by so many NYLJ readers as a top-tier industry leader,” said Bruce Masterson, CMO of QuisLex. “This shows that our dedication to building scalable, defensible processes, and our commitment to providing innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions to meet our clients’ litigation and corporate needs is appreciated by the market,” said Michel Sahyoun, CTO and SVP Client Solutions of QuisLex.
About QuisLex:
A premier, pure-play, legal support services provider with offices in New York, Chicago and Hyderabad (India), QuisLex was founded by attorneys from Skadden Arps, Shearman & Sterling and Sidley Austin. Our growth over the last eight years from three to over 550 permanent employees has been fueled almost entirely by repeat work from existing clients and client references. We focus exclusively on providing complex and specialized legal support services, such as early case assessment and document review for litigation, contract review and management, and M&A services, to our litigation and corporate clients, which include Fortune 500 companies, leading US and international law firms, and large financial institutions. For more information on QuisLex, please visit http://www.QuisLex.com.
About the New York Law Journal Survey:
The New York Law Journal Reader Rankings are not a scientific survey or an editorial analysis but a democracy. The program is run by the New York Law Journal sales and marketing teams at ALM. The voting was conducted via online ballot, compiled by the sales and marketing teams of the New York Law Journal. Readers were notified of the ballot through direct emails and online advertisements linking to the ballot across ALM’s network of websites. The ballot consisted of 63 categories encompassing the areas of Technology, Research, Accounting, Insurance, Financial Services, Litigation Support, Real Estate, Education Recruiting and Staffing. In total, over 365 firms were listed on the official online ballot and voters were also given the option of writing in any firms not see listed; approximately 300 firms received votes via the write-in option.

This year, over 6,800 people cast votes for their favorite vendors, surpassing last year’s totals by over 50%. Please note that only legitimate end users (attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants etc.) were allowed to vote. The producers took great pains to ensure the voting was fair. Any non-attorney or non-legal-professional (or anyone who we could not validate was a legitimate end user) vote was disqualified. Ultimately, the goal was to make the ballot and the voting as inclusive as possible.
For additional information, contact Bruce Masterson, CMO of QuisLex.

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