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Houston Office Now Opening for DOAR Litigation Consulting Firm View Count: 108

It was announced yesterday in a press release that a Houston office will now be opening for DOAR Litigation LLC, one of the largest trial consulting firms in the nation. Paul J. Bernadini, Vice President and Managing Director of DOAR, will be leading the expansion. He says that “DOAR will provide a scope and level of service unprecedented and previously unavailable to attorneys here and we are excited about the significant opportunity to grow our presence in this market.”

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DOAR Litigation Consulting assists law firms and corporate legal departments with pending litigation, and this new expansion will help the firm support more firms in Texas.

Bernadini joined DOAR in 2012 and is an experienced lawyer and legal service executive. According to DOAR’s CEO, Paul Neale, “We are extremely pleased to be available to work locally with our current clients in Texas and to develop new clients in this growing yet under-served market with Paul directing our efforts.”

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