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Avalon Document Services opens Tampa office

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Avalon Document Services, which is based in Syracuse, has opened an office in Tampa, Florida.

The office will provide litigation-support services to law firms and corporations in the Southeastern U.S., the company said in a recent news release.

Avalon plans to add 10 to 15 employees at the new office this year, the company said.

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The new office will provide forensic collections and analysis, data processing, hosted review, project management, and will add traditional paper (scanning and copying) services to the operation by the end of the year’s first quarter.

 “We have experienced tremendous growth in the past several years and are always looking for more growth opportunities. We were lucky enough to identify a market with a need and extremely talented people that fit our corporate culture and were looking for the opportunity to join a fast growing company,” JP Midgley, CEO of Avalon, said in the news release.

Avalon is headquartered at 901 N. State St. in Syracuse and has additional offices in Utica; Rochester; Buffalo; Cleveland and Akron, Ohio; and now Tampa.

Its suite of services include business printing and copying, document imaging and scanning, large-format and contractor services, litigation-support services, e-discovery, and facilities management, according to its website.

Contact Reinhardt at ereinhardt@cnybj.com

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