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Esquire Case Study

Lavery Law


This case study of Lavery Law is based on a March 2020 survey of Esquire customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Esquire has been accessible and reliable for our organization. We’ve had several emergency situations, and Esquire has gone above and beyond assisting us in finding a reporter when needed, even under short timelines.”


The business challenges that led Lavery Law to evaluate and ultimately select Esquire:

  • Initially, we were required to use Esquire by the insurance companies, however, we now use Esquire when not required.

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Esquire that Lavery Law uses:

  • Realtime Court Reporting


Lavery Law achieved the following results with Esquire:

  • We found that working with Esquire:
    • Delivered high-quality, consistent, and reliable deposition services.
    • Takes the hassles of depositions off my “to do” list, allowing us to focus on the case.
    • We are offered top-notch facilities, tools, and support services in their expansive offices.
    • We received global services from local teams who connect with our staff, and provide turnkey services.
    • Delivered high-quality certified transcripts and exhibits package.
    • Reduced risk knowing that their clients’ information is secure.
  • We realized the following business outcomes using Esquire’s services and solutions:
    • Competitive advantage with high quality and consistent depositions.
    • Reduced costs through the use of technology.
    • Easier scheduling, access to repository reporting, calendar management, and invoice management.
    • Increased confidence that the deposition process will be handled efficiently.

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