Trustpoint.One Acquires Alderson Reporting

According to Trustpoint CEO Mark Hawn, “The addition of Alderson to Trustpoint.One is an important extension of our strategic acquisition plan.”

Press Announcement

Trustpoint.One, a leading litigation support provider in the U.S., today [October 16, 2018] announced the acquisition of Alderson Court Reporting, one of the nation’s most trusted and longstanding providers of deposition reporting and legal videography. This acquisition provides Trustpoint with a market-leading presence in the greater Washington, D.C. area, where Alderson is headquartered, and enhances Trustpoint’s growing national footprint.

Mark Hawn, CEO of Trustpoint, said: “We are excited to welcome the Alderson team to the Trustpoint.One family and look forward to expanding Trustpoint’s litigation lifecycle service offering.”

Gordon Shock, Alderson’s Vice President, said: “We have been proudly serving our clients in the legal community since 1938. AmLaw 100 firms, U.S. presidents and international agencies have all relied on our services for reporting, videography, case management, and more. We are honored to partner with Trustpoint.One to enhance the support and growth of our clients and employees.”

Amy Derr, Alderson’s Divisional Director of Resource Development, said, “I couldn’t be happier with this evolution of the company. Now our clients can enjoy an even more robust service platform for all of their litigation support needs.”

According to Trustpoint CEO Mark Hawn, “The addition of Alderson to Trustpoint.One is an important extension of our strategic acquisition plan. We look forward to working closely with the Alderson team.”

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