US Legal Support Adds Executives to Leadership Team Emphasizing Commitment to Client Experience

HOUSTON, Sept. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — US Legal Support, the nation’s leading provider of litigation support services, today announced the recent expansion of its leadership team with the appointment of two new executives: Hunter Hibler serves as the organization’s newly appointed Chief Financial Officer, and Sue Hoffman is US Legal Support’s Executive Vice President of Client Experience. These additions to the leadership team reflect the organization’s continued emphasis on creating an exceptional customer experience for clients, court reporters, and other legal industry partners.

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With US Legal Support since 2019, Hibler first joined the organization as Director of FP&A. In his years at the company, Hibler has served in various leadership roles within the finance organization, most recently serving as Senior Vice President of Finance. Prior to joining US Legal Support, Hibler worked in investment banking and private equity. “Hunter brings a diverse fiscal skillset and a wealth of business experience into his work with the company, and it has been a pleasure to watch him grow as a leader,” said US Legal Support Chief Executive Officer, Jimmy Bridwell. “Hunter will play a key role as we continue to expand our litigation support services across the country and his diverse background will doubtful play a key factor in our future growth and add strength to our financial initiatives”.

The organization’s second recent hire is Sue Hoffman, a seasoned customer experience executive with over twenty years of experience in a diverse array of industries including insurance, retail, mortgage, and financial services. Hoffman comes to US Legal Support with extensive knowledge in all facets of customer experience from a successful career working with multiple Fortune 500 companies such as Unum, Assurant, and Aetna. “As an executive leader dedicated to client experience at US Legal Support, Sue’s position reflects our continued

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