HOUSTON, TX – November 29, 2007 – Trial Solutions, a Houston based Litigation Technology and Services Firm, announced it has been honored as one of the fastest-growing technology-based companies in the Houston area. Now in its seventh year, the Fast Tech 50 Awards program, published annually by the Houston Business Journal, evaluates and recognizes Houston’s top 50 technology-based businesses that demonstrate exceptional leadership and achieve the highest year-over-year revenue growth.

“We are honored to be recognized by the sponsors of the Fast Tech 50. Our continued growth is evidence of our employees’ dedication and our steadfast commitment to understanding and fulfilling the needs of our clients in the litigation support market,” stated Brad Jenkins, President and CEO of Trial Solutions. “We founded Trial Solutions to create a single source litigation support technology and services organization capable of managing litigation documents throughout the entire case lifecycle,” added Mr. Jenkins.

“There are thousands of technology companies in Houston that contribute to the economy and serve our technology needs. Among them, however, are a select few that have demonstrated phenomenal growth and success-the Fast Tech 50,” stated John Beddow, Publisher of the Houston Business Journal.

About Trial Solutions

Founded in 2002, Trial Solutions and its family of companies including ImageDepot, Discovery Law and Attorney Solutions, along with its partnerships and reseller alliance network servicing 90 metropolitan markets in the US and Canada, has developed the first true single source Litigation Support Ecosystem™ to provide all of the expert services, technology and geographic coverage required to support the entire litigation case lifecycle. Trial Solutions provides on-demand litigation document hosting, computer forensics, electronic discovery, attorney staffing and trial preparation services. For more information about Trial Solutions, please visit http://www.trialsolutions.net.

About Fast Tech 50

Originating in 2000, the Fast Tech 50 recognizes annually the top fifty companies, headquartered in a ten-county Houston area, that have experienced the greatest percentage revenue growth throughout 2006. The incumbent companies must be involved in the original manufacture, design or development of technical products or services. Previous winners include Compaq Computer Corporation, BMC Software Inc. and Neon Software, Inc. Sponsors of the award include The Houston Business Journal, Frost Bank, the Houston Technology Center, Oracle, PKF Texas, Pierpont Communications, Rice Alliance for Technology & Entrepreneurship and Winstead PC. For more information about the Fast Tech 50 please visithttp://consult.pkftexas.com/fasttech50/.



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