New York – 31 May 2018 – K2 Intelligence, an industry-leading investigative, compliance, and cyber defense services firm founded by Jules B. Kroll and Jeremy M. Kroll, announced today that it has been selected for nine different categories in The National Law Journal’s Best of the Midwest 2018.

K2 Intelligence received first-, second-, and third-place accolades in nine categories, including corporate investigations, cybersecurity provider, data security provider, forensic accounting provider, forensic experts, global risk and investigations consultant, intellectual property litigation consulting service, litigation dispute advisory services consultant, and private investigations provider.

“As a long-time partner to the legal industry, it’s gratifying to be recognized by The National Law Journal for the many investigative services we provide to law firms and their clients to help them succeed,” said Robert Brenner, chief operating officer for K2 Intelligence. “We believe it is our unique combination of investigative expertise, the best multidisciplinary teams, and customized technology that positions us to address the most complex legal challenges. For The National Law Journal and the members of the Midwest legal community who submitted votes to acknowledge so many facets of our investigative, analytic, and advisory excellence is a great honor.”

According to The National Law Journal, each year, its business department polls the Midwest legal community on the best products and services for their law office practice. From data technology products and banking services to litigation support and alternative dispute resolution providers, The National Law Journal’s Best of the Midwest showcases the businesses that stand out among their competitors in providing the essentials required to compete in today’s legal market.