NATIONAL LAW REVIEW'S "GO-TO THOUGHT LEADERSHIP AWARD" GOES TO IMS CONSULTING & EXPERT SERVICES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 21, 2018

NATIONAL LAW REVIEW’S “GO-TO THOUGHT LEADERSHIP AWARD” GOES TO IMS CONSULTING & EXPERT SERVICES

Pensacola, Fl. – December 21, 2018 – IMS Consulting & Expert Services was recently named “Go-To Thought Leader” by the National Law Review for the firm’s analysis and publications on issues and innovations impacting intellectual property and patent litigation. This award recognizes those with content authority in their industry. The recipient of this award contributes quality content sought by the Review’s readers for in-depth context on disruptive trends.

In early 2018, IMS launched a strategic industry intelligence initiative, and has since developed numerous insights that impact business for the world’s most influential attorneys in IP and patent litigation.

“We’re thrilled to maintain such a unique position in the industry as a conduit for our clients to the world’s most accomplished subject matter experts and thought leaders in disruptive areas of innovation like artificial intelligence, blockchain, and 5G,” commented Teresa Barber, IMS’ Director of Strategic Communications. “It’s an honor to serve as a guide for our clients in these areas, and to deliver useful, meaningful insights that help them anticipate trends, gain context, and stay competitive in their own practices.”

National Law Review traces its roots in legal publishing back to 1888 and continues to garner recognition as one of the “the highest volume business law websites in the United States.” The Review’s content seeks to inform attorneys and those in the legal industry about emerging trends surrounding the legal market.

To designate this round of inaugural awards, The Review’s editors analyzed 100,000 legal articles and publications and identified recipients from twenty different categories. IMS was selected for exceptional contributions and insights related to high-impact patent litigation and context on the intellectual property landscape.

“The support and trust our clients show in us is our highest honor,” remarked James Crane, Chief Relationship Officer for IMS. He continued, “We strive every day to assess and deliver the expertise and context our clients need to build and advance winning litigation strategies, and we are honored to serve as the go-to thought leader in patent litigation for National Law Review’s distinguished readership.”

IMS will continue to be the bridge to subject matter experts and remain authoritative in industry intelligence.

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About IMS Consulting & Expert Services

IMS Consulting & Expert Services delivers consultative trial and expert services for the most influential global firms. For nearly thirty years, the company has been dedicated to helping clients tell clear and persuasive stories that educate jurors and decision-makers. Through more than 20,000 cases and well over 1,000 trials, attorneys have trusted IMS to equip them with the perspective and tools they need to help their clients succeed. With offices in New York, Dallas, Oakland, and Pensacola, the company provides persuasion strategy, expert witness, jury consulting, trial graphics, and trial presentation services. IMS has been recognized as an industry leader by several notable publications, receiving nine consecutive rankings on the Inc. 5000 list, standing in ten categories of The National Law Journal’s “Best Of 2021” awards, and positioning in the National Law Review’s prestigious “Go-To Thought Leader” awards for three consecutive years. More at expertservices.com.

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About the National Law Review
The National Law Review is a daily legal news website with a mission to provide objective, reliable and practical litigation, legislative and administrative news and analysis. The NLR’s online platform was developed by in-house attorneys, the online descendant of a legal publication that dates back to 1888.  With the talents of our own writers and contributing authors, the NLR has grown into a leading legal news source.  Visit us at www.NatLawReview.com