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Batavia Legal Printing is a woman-owned and family-operated business
B atavia Legal Printing Inc. has been serving Western New York since 1998 with quality printing services. Batavia Legal Printing is a woman-owned and family-operated business. Batavia Legal Printing joined the Better Business Bureau in 2002. We’re also a proud member of the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce and National Federation of Independent Business.
As a Printing Company we’re focused on both Legal Printing and Appellate printing services across Buffalo, NY and Rochester, NY. We offer same-day printing services on most briefs for the Appellate Division Fourth Department for Rochester, NY.
We have years of experience working with attorneys and paralegals filing with the courts.
Our printing company works in handling your appellate printing needs for the New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Divisions, New York State Court of Appeals, and the Second Circuit Batavia Legal Printing is conveniently located between Rochester, NY and Buffalo, NY.
We give our clients’ the convenience of uploading files using our website at www.batavialegal.com. Call our printing company today for a free quote using our toll-free number, 1-866-768-2100.
Here at Batavia Legal Printing, we have years of cumulative experience servicing the legal community in Western New York. Our legal printing services are performed to our clients’ satisfaction 100% of the time. You’ll see that with our services, the choice for legal printing is clear: it’s Batavia Legal Printing.
A printing company is just a printing company, but Batavia Legal Printing, serving Buffalo, NY and Rochester, NY, isn’t just any printing company—we’re the region’s foremost legal printing company and we’re ready to serve you. You’ll see the difference by choosing Batavia Legal Printing! Printing Services
Our printing services are unparalleled in Western New York. Ask any of members of the Buffalo, NY, Rochester, NY or Batavia legal community: Batavia Legal Printing offers the absolute best legal printing services. Call us for your legal printing services needs today—you’ll see the difference.
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Our legal printing services are performed to our clients’ satisfaction 100% of the time!
|Mon Apr 29 15:00:00 EDT 2013|
When drafting a legal document, make sure to include a purpose clause only when necessary. This is a statement of intent that appears at the beginning of a part or subpart, and is used to help the reader interpret the regulations.
|Avoid Use of Exceptions|
|Mon Apr 15 14:59:00 EDT 2013|
When drafting a legal document, state a rule or category directly rather than describing that rule or category by stating its expectations. As an example, don’t say “all persons except those 18 years or older must…”, instead say “each person under 18 years of age must…”
|Wed Mar 27 10:00:00 EDT 2013|
Going to court is stressful enough without having unprofessional looking documents. Let our legal printing professionals prepare your briefs and filings to help you with your case.
|Wed Mar 13 16:00:00 EDT 2013|
With our knowledge of the courts and your legal expertise, we can partner with you to create professional legal documents that will help win your case.
|Pro Se Filers|
|Wed Feb 27 16:00:00 EST 2013|
Are you handling your own court case? Our legal printing professionals can help you with your papers to ensure that they're done properly.
|Wed Feb 13 11:00:00 EST 2013|
Legal printing is highly specialized, so you shouldn't trust your documents to just anyone.
|Wed Jan 30 11:00:00 EST 2013|
Legal briefs must have sound arguments--but they must also look professional. Don't let just anyone handle preparing your briefs; get help from our legal printing professionals.
|From Pages To Words|
|Wed Jan 16 13:00:00 EST 2013|
As of October 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a new rule stating that there would no longer be a page count limitation for Supreme Court submissions. Now, there is only a word limit.
|Wed Jan 02 11:00:00 EST 2013|
Supreme Court briefs require 12-point font for the body and 10-point font for the footnotes.