Epiq Expands Support for Global Business Transformation Solutions and…

Epiq Expands Support for Global Business Transformation Solutions and…


NEW YORK, May 09, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Epiq, a global technology-enabled leader serving the legal industry and corporations, today announced the continued growth of its international business through its expansion to support ongoing workplace transformation initiatives in Canada .

Through this expansion, Epiq will support Mintz’s Toronto office, a firm ranked 98th in the Global 200 survey in 2022 with more than 600 attorneys and seven offices worldwide. Last month, Mintz announced the opening of its new office in the South Tower at 200 Bay Street, an iconic pillar of Toronto’s Financial District. The office adds depth and breadth to Mintz’s global life sciences practice and further builds on the firm’s strong practices in private equity, capital markets, and pensions and employment.

“We are very excited to continue to expand our business support in Canada and to help Mintz open their new office in Toronto,” said Michelle Deichmeister, President of Global Business Transformation Solutions at Epiq. “It is a privilege to work with a respected, progressive global law firm and to support their strategic initiatives as they continue to grow.”

Epiq has a long-standing relationship with Mintz, providing office services in all of their US office locations and recently expanded to provide administration services for their patent group. Through this enhanced partnership, Epiq will now also offer office services, flex services and equipment for the company’s Toronto office. Mintz chose Epiq because of its proven ability to provide superior service. Epiq brings its recognized focus on process innovation, commitment to customer success and serving as a device-agnostic vendor. This allows Epiq to ensure Mintz receives exceptional support to meet the company’s specific needs at a cost-effective price.

“Epiq has a knack for anticipating customer needs and delivering customized solutions to unique problems,” said Alan Hertz, Chief Administrative Officer…


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