We Hire Awesome People.
Whether it is our dress code (there is none), the lack of bureaucracy, or the fact that we try many, many more cases than the other firms, our firm is different. Here is why we are different:
We take cases to trial—and win more than our fair share.
Companies hire us for their most important and challenging cases. As a result, we do some of the most interesting work around.
In the last 5 years 6 of our associates have been promoted to partner.
No dress code and no “face time” requirements.
We are a meritocracy. You are not judged by anything other than the quality of your work and content of your character.
If you demonstrate you are capable of doing the work that a fifth year lawyer would do at another firm your first year, you will do it.
We will teach you how to try a case.
We continued to grow even during the financial recession because our firm is built on solid people and fundamentals. We are financially sound and focused on growth, progress, and opportunity.
Litigation is a zero sum game. There are winners and losers.
Ethics are ingrained into our culture. We play by the rules—period. Winning the right way is the only way.
We focus on improving our skills and communication in all that we do. We realize that we are never done learning or growing and that a growth mindset is the only way to achieve our professional and personal goals.
EACH OTHER. We consider it our good fortune to work with lawyers whom we not only respect professionally, but we value as friends.
To us, diversity means recruiting and retaining lawyers of every race, sex, and national origin. It also means having many types of people—people with different perspectives and different personalities. We are convinced that our diversity makes us better trial lawyers.
It definitely makes the firm more interesting.
The foundation of our firm is based on supporting each other.
We believe lawyers work best—and are most creative—when they are at ease in their environment and not distracted by the restrictions of formality—like ties and suits.
Tell us about your legal challenge.
We’ll tell you how we can help.