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Press Release: Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

Press Release: Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

For immediate release.

Contact Michael Euripides at 804-864-8519

Proxios, a leading provider of information technology services to the legal profession, is proud to announce its Silver Level Sponsorship of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association.

“Proxios knows that trial lawyers face unique challenges, and they need their technology systems to be resilient and reliable in the face of those challenges,” said Patrick Butler, President of Proxios. “We are excited about this new relationship and look forward to helping VTLA’s members maximize the ways technology can help not just support, but truly grow their firms.”

Richmond-based Proxios, which was founded in 1999, provides a full suite of technology solutions for businesses, including remote access technology, business continuity systems, security, networking, and virtual desktops. But the company’s strongest asset is its ability to work with legal practices to go beyond just making sure services are available all the time.

“We know that the right technology planning can increase revenue, make firms more efficient and help simplify the workday for everyone in a law firm,” Butler said. “We’re focused on getting the technology interruptions out of the way for our clients so they can focus on growing their businesses.”

“The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association has a rich history of enhancing the knowledge, skills, and professionalism of trial lawyers, and we’re honored to join the VTLA in that mission,” Butler said.

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