PrintingHouse Press Launches New Mobile App
PrintingHouse Press recently unveiled its new mobile app, which is available on all smart phones and tablets.
PHP Client Portal — Attorneys can now manage their case documents, oral argument dates and appellate decisions on their smart phones and tablets.
PHP Appellate Calculator — Access the Appellate Calculator to assist in determining filing dates when a Record on Appeal/Appellate Brief is due.
PHP Court Requirements—
PHP-NYSCA Brief Repository — Instant access to the only free Brief Repository in the nation in which attorneys can search, view and download all of the Briefs filed with the New York State Court of Appeals since 2012.
The PrintingHouse Press development team reached out to their extensive client base of The AM Law 200 Firms to seek input on particular features of the App that would be of immense value to them. “With our new mobile app, we put useful and easy to use tools within reach no matter where you are. Our apps are designed to work on just about every mobile device available. Whether you are at your desktop computer, tablet or phone, we have you covered. Simply log on to apps.phpny.com from any browser and add our mobile app to your home screen. Our app has been tested on iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, iPad, Android Tablets, Windows Tablets, as well as Windows, Mac and Linux Desktops,” stated Danie Barak, Technology Director for PrintingHouse Press.
Download the Mobile App here (http://phpny.com/?
PrintingHouse Press has been the East Coast’s leading appellate services provider for nearly a half century. Since its inception in 1970, PrintingHouse Press’ mantra has been to provide the legal community with unparalleled appellate printing and litigation support services. Over the years, we have built a team of highly talented and experienced professionals who share the same vision, passion and dedication. Our staff of paralegals and appellate consultants is renowned for its knowledge and familiarity with the rules and internal operating procedures within all State Courts, the thirteen Federal Circuit Courts and the United States Supreme Court.