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Draft n Craft is a premier legal outsourcing firm which offers its legal and paralegal support solutions to law firms, corporate and in-house legal departments throughout the United States. We do not measure our success by comparison, but by our achievements.
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Promoting excellent and responsible solutions since 2008!
With over 12 years of experience, Draft n Craft has a diverse set of customers representing 350+ Clients in 45+ US States and Canada. Till now our team has helped our clients with 10M+ Medical Records Summary, 1M+ Deposition Summary, 5000+ Hours of Legal Research and Writing, and 20000+ Hours of Customized Paralegal Support Solutions. Today, more than 75 employees work in two delivery centers in New Delhi, India, and one office in New York, USA.
Growth was the keyword when Draft n Craft started its journey. Another milestone achieved when Draft n Craft partnered with medium-sized law firms and companies to offer it’s legal and customized support solutions.
Draft n Craft built itself into a leading legal service house within 08+ years of its foundation. In addition to our transcription, paralegal support solutions Draft n Craft service offering now includes Deposition Summary, Medico-Legal, Bankruptcy Support Solutions, Corporate Support Solutions, Customize Legal and Paralegal Support Solutions.
During that time we’ve expanded our legal support solutions and offerings and increased our daily and historical support services. Our team planned and organized a first-of-its-kind one-day event – “Outsourcing, Law & Technology – Concerns & Solutions” in New York City – Time Square, exclusively planned for our existing partners and the US legal fraternity. Our company is a global leader in providing legal and paralegal to solo attorneys, small to medium-sized law firms, legal, medical vendors, insurance companies, and in-house legal departments.
Since then we’ve helped 350+ companies streamline their operations and grow their practice/business more cost-effectively using our efficient and cost-effective legal, administrative, and paralegal support solutions.
Draft n Craft launches as an independent business partner for the US and UK legal industry. Our company started operations center into our Kirti Nagar, New Delhi office with a Head Office in Connaught Place, New Delhi. Those offices became home for the next 5 years as the business continued to grow from strength to strength.
The research was very well written and helpful. The great work product that I could easily share with my clients. I will use them in the future.
Attorney @New York
We use Draft n Craft to perform some litigation support work (review of documents). It is performed quickly, well, and inexpensively. We are happy with the results.
Partner @Providence, Rhode Island
Draft n Craft works for a law firm or court reporting company and abbreviates a long deposition into a quick and accurate summary. This is a good opportunity to lighten the lawyer’s workload and have another expert abbreviate the deposition.
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Cost padding happens when a business deliberately inflates its costs than what it has incurred and then passes it over to its consumers. However, there are costs that get passed over by the businesses unintentionally due to the high operating expenses, can this be considered as cost padding as well? Even if it is, yes,October 3, 2020
The Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, on March 19, 2021, affirmed the decision of the lower court, thereby rejecting the “triangular setoff” agreements as a proper basis for the application of setoff rights given under Section 553 of the Bankruptcy Code. In re Orexigen Therapeutics, Inc. 2021 WL 1046485 (3rd Cir. 2021) InApril 27, 2021
On April 06, 2021, TECT Aerospace, an aerospace supply company based in Wichita was forced to file a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition. The aerospace supply company claimed that it suffered from “catastrophic financial losses” due to the unexpected suspension of Boeing’s 737 Max production and the gruesome impact of COVID 19 on its financials. TheApril 27, 2021