Boston, MA, Sept. 4, 2019– O’Brien & Levine Court Reporting Solutions (O&L) is proud to announce that it has been voted the top “Court Reporting” and “Video Deposition” agency in 2019 for the third consecutive year. These two honors were determined by the readers of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as part of the publication’s annual Reader Rankings survey.
Kenny Zais, O&L Owner and President, said, “It is an incredible honor to be recognized for the third time as the leader in court reporting and video deposition for lawyers. Private practice and corporate attorneys trust our high-touch service, comprehensive solutions, global reach and advanced technology to get the job done. We are grateful to be recognized by the legal community for our work.”
The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly annual Reader Rankings is a recognition program that honors the businesses and organizations that support lawyers each day in their practices. Winners are determined by a popular vote among publication readers. To see a complete list of its 2019 Reader Rankings, visit: https://bit.ly/2kq4J28.
About Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Founded in 1972, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly reports decisions issued by all the state and federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as changes to court rules, verdict and settlement reports, bar-discipline notices and all other news vital to attorneys in the Commonwealth.Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly also covers hundreds of rulings from state and federal trial courts in Massachusetts, state agencies and thousands of unpublished decisions from the Appeals Court.
About O’Brien & Levine Court Reporting Solutions
O’Brien & Levine Court Reporting Solutions (O&L) is a full-service court reporting agency. With Boston roots and a global reach, O&L helps litigation teams leverage court reporting technology to reduce litigation spend, save time and avoid complicated logistics. O&L coordinates all the details involving depositions, hearings, trials or arbitrations—from scheduling and confirmation to set-up for taking testimony through real-time, video, videoconferencing and Internet streaming and paperless exhibits. Learn more at www.court-reporting.com.