Magna Legal Services Hires General Manager for Western Region

March 12, 2014

Magna Legal Services expands west coast operations with the hire of Roberta Ehlers as Western Region General Manager.

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Magna Legal Services, the global litigation consulting and support company providing services to law firms, insurance companies, corporations and governmental organizations, today announced the appointment of Roberta Ehlers as Western Region General Manager. Ms. Ehlers will be based in Los Angeles, CA.

Ms. Ehlers brings deep expertise in managing client and court reporter relationships. She has worked extensively in the commercial litigation segment with a special focus on Patent Infringement, ITC and Intellectual Property matters.

“With Roberta on board, Magna LS will be able to enhance the client experience and streamline our business growth in the state of California," Peter Hecht, Magna’s Executive Vice President of Business Development, said. “Magna LS is committed to raising the bar in client satisfaction and Roberta has a proven track record of high quality customer service.”

Prior to Magna LS, Ms. Ehlers held senior management positions at two national litigation support companies in addition to founding her own successful business development consulting firm. In these roles, she worked with AMLAW 100 law firms and Fortune 500 companies.

Magna Legal Services is the fourth largest court reporting company in the country, providing end-to-end legal support services to law firms, corporations and governmental agencies throughout the nation. As an end-to-end service provider, we are able to provide strategic advantages to our clients by offering legal support services at every stage of your legal proceeding. It is our mission to assure that all of your legal support needs are delivered to you in a high quality, reliable and responsive manner.


Peter Hecht



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