Daily Report Recognizes IMS in Five Categories of 2020 Awards

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 27, 2020

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PENSACOLA, FLA | The top industry publication for the legal community throughout Georgia and the Atlanta metro area, Daily Report, has nominated IMS ExpertServices as a contender in five distinct categories of its 2020 “Best Of” awards.

In the coming weeks, Daily Report’s readers will evaluate and rank the businesses and professional services firms nominated to determine the region’s “Best Of” rankings for 2020.

IMS has been nominated for consideration in the categories of Best Overall Expert Witness Services, Best Trial Services, Best Corporate Investigations, Medical Illustrations and Exhibits, and Best Forensic Accounting. Attorneys, judges, law firm administrators, and those throughout the legal community can participate in Daily Report’s annual rankings by casting their vote to identify the industry’s best professional services firms, resources, and tools.

“These awards help our clients and those throughout the legal industry recognize the best,” noted Bill Wein, CEO of IMS. “We deeply value the trust our clients and the industry place in us as their partner during trial, and appreciate that Daily Report has nominated us in these important categories.”
Winners in areas ranging from Best Georgia-based Process Server to Best National Trial Services will be announced in the May edition of Daily Report.

More about Daily Report’s “Best Of 2020” reader rankings and awards can be found at DailyReportOnline.com, and votes can be cast now through February 21 at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BestofDR2020.


About IMS ExpertServices

IMS ExpertServices is a consultative legal services provider for the most influential global firms, dedicated to offering rigorous research, strategic expert alignment, and ongoing solutions and support to position clients for success. The company earned nine consecutive rankings on the Inc. 5000 list, and was recently recognized by Florida Trend in its 2018 "Best Companies to Work For" awards, by National Law Journal in five categories of its “Best of 2019” awards, and by The National Law Review as “Go-To Thought Leader" in 2018 for its commentary and publications related to intellectual property litigation and “Go-To Thought Leader” in 2019 for its IMS Insights podcast on litigation strategy. More about IMS can be found at www.expertservices.com.

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