SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading online litigation support vendor One Legal has been voted best court filing service for the fifth year in a row in an annual vote of California attorneys conducted by The Recorder.
Thousands of legal professionals vote each year in "Best of," the annual publication by ALM's The Recorder, to choose the best legal service providers in the industry. First acknowledged in 2014 for superior "messenger services" One Legal has been ranked at the top for court filing ever since. In 2017, The Recorder introduced its new eFiling category, where One Legal debuted at number one.
Group Publisher Wayne Curtis writes, "From data technology products and banking services to litigation support and alternative dispute resolution providers, The Recorder's "Best of" showcases the businesses that stand out among their competitors in providing you with the essentials you require to compete in today's legal market."
In recent years, One Legal has continued to hone its technology and services while opening up new California eFiling counties and expanding to new states. The company has introduced new industry-leading features to its eFiling solution like PDF conversion, simple itemized billing, and detailed, easy-to-filter reporting.
"One Legal has for decades been at the technology forefront, connecting legal professionals to the courts," says Martin Kilmer, One Legal's Chief Operating Officer.
He added: "This award reflects what more than 10,000 law firm customers tell us each year through their loyalty, as well as One Legal's commitment to sustained excellence through innovation and customer service."
About One Legal
Ever since 1990, One Legal challenges traditionally complicated and bureaucratic systems by making the processes of filing court documents, serving legal papers, and sharing and managing information easier. Today, through nationally available cloud-based solutions, One Legal provides legal professionals with tools that help them to better manage litigation logistics, from concept to court.