New York, NY, May 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Midtown Manhattan based PrintingHouse Press announced today the release of a redesigned version of their industry leading client portal. For several years the PrintingHouse Press web portal – the first of its kind in the appellate services industry – has been an invaluable tool and trusted asset to clients. Commended for its ability to systematically store clients’ perfected Records and Briefs filed with all appellate courts and it’s around-the-clock availability, the portal has excelled in meeting the needs of clients no matter when or where they are working. Past features including instantaneously tracking packages served and filed by PrintingHouse Press, and viewing oral argument dates, time, and location for any in-house matter have been upgraded to provide an outstanding user experience.
Exciting new features include:
· A clean, refreshing interface with a comprehensive and user-friendly homepage.
· The ability to view appellate decisions for all of an attorney’s cases in one concise place.
· Red alert notifications informing clients of newly uploaded files and up to the minute updates as soon as they log into their portal account.
· Automatic email notifications confirming that a matter has been served and filed.
· A “For Your Information” section in which a list of term calendar dates, rules and court requirements can be easily downloaded.
To log into the portal please visit our website.
PrintingHouse Press has been the East Coast’s leading appellate services provider for nearly a half century. Since its inception in 1970, PrintingHouse Press’ mantra has been to provide the legal community with unparalleled appellate printing and litigation support services. Over the years, we have built a team of highly talented and experienced professionals who share the same vision, passion and dedication. Our staff of paralegals and appellate consultants is renowned for its knowledge and familiarity with the rules and internal operating procedures within all State Courts, the thirteen Federal Circuit Courts and the United States Supreme Court.