TechValidate Research on Esquire

Esquire Case Study

Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, L.L.P.


This case study is based on a November 2020 survey of Esquire customers who used Esquire Case Management Services for large cases by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We have a lot of parties and a lot of depositions and Esquire’s case manager’s response to questions or issues has been excellent. This makes my job much easier.”


The business challenges that led Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald to evaluate and ultimately select Esquire:

  • Cases typically involve a large number of parties
  • There are vast amounts of information and paperwork
  • Scheduling is complex and constantly moving

Use Case

Practice areas where Esquire’s Case Management Services were utilized:

  • Construction Defect Litigation

In addition to case management services, these are the top Esquire services utilized for complex case needs:

  • EsquireConnect Client Portal
  • Esquire eDepository
  • Exhibit Management & Presentment


Top challenges that our Esquire Case Manager has helped us solve:

  • Inconsistent processes for managing depositions

We realized the following benefits working with our dedicated Esquire Case Manager:

  • High level of responsiveness
  • More streamlined, reliable communication
  • Reduction of logistical issues and mistakes
  • Reduced time/effort dedicated by firm staff
  • Case knowledge
  • Simplified scheduling

We are extremely satisfied with the following services provided by their Esquire Case Manager:

  • Ease of scheduling proceedings
  • On-demand assistance on high-profile and large cases
  • Clarifies client expectations and standing orders
  • Ensures timely transcript delivery
  • Ensures invoice accuracy

About This Data

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