FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 3, 2021
Pensacola, Fla. | The Legal Intelligencer, Pennsylvania’s premier legal news publication, has launched an industry-wide survey and announced the 2021 nominees for its annual “Best Of Pennsylvania” reader favorite awards, naming IMS Consulting & Expert Services for consideration in fifteen categories.
The 2021 “Best Of Pennsylvania” award winners will be informed by reader survey feedback collected from the region’s attorneys, judges, law firm officers, and others in the legal industry. Readers, practitioners, and legal industry leaders are invited to cast votes this year across nearly seventy categories, including a new section for “Remote Trial Services,” an emergent area catalyzed by the rise of remote hearings and trials amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The methodology for “Best Of Pennsylvania” award selection includes a nominations process followed by a reader survey through which attorneys, judges, in-house counsel, and law firm officers throughout the region identify the top firms and service providers. Once the annual rankings and winners are chosen through industry feedback and analysis, The Legal Intelligencer announces the “Best Of Pennsylvania” category rankings and award winners.
This year, The Legal Intelligencer will reveal the rankings and winners in a late-August edition of the publication.
- Best Trial Consulting
- Best “Hot Seat” Trial Technicians
- Best Expert Witness
- Best Expert Witness: Economic
- Best Trial Technology
- Best Remote Trial Services
- Best Expert Witness Referral Service
- Best Demonstrative Evidence Provider
- Best Forensic Accounting
- Best Digital Forensics
- Best Litigation Consulting
- Best Jury Consulting
- Best Corporate Investigations
- Best IT Consulting
IMS has been recognized as an industry leader and reader favorite in several areas of service by publications including The National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, and the New York Law Journal.
More about The Legal Intelligencer’s 2021 “Best Of Pennsylvania” reader rankings and awards can be found at The Legal Intelligencer's website, and votes can be cast, through May 28, 2021, at the reader survey page.