We are a firm founded by big-firm lawyers with one mission: extracting the virtues of big law while simultaneously eliminating its drawbacks. The big firm virtues we have preserved are elite lawyers, attention to detail, and fierce advocacy. The drawbacks we seek to eliminate include bureaucracy and the anonymity experienced by clients blended in a constellation of other clients.
Our clients need not be transferred from department to department, provide a case number when reaching us, or wonder what lawyer is actually working on their case. Our clients are not reduced to a client number or a name on a lawsuit. We take the time to know you and your objectives. We are more than advocates—we partner with you to navigate through complex and sensitive legal issues.
Unlike a full-service mega-firm, we are narrowly focused on what we do well. We handle employment and business law matters. That’s it. Nothing else. All of our experience is dedicated to these two areas of the law. We believe this is what it takes to provide elite representation. This is why we do not dilute our focus.
If your issue is one that involves employment or business, we are built to cater to you. If you have any other type of legal issue, we cannot help you. We believe this focus provides us with a very distinct advantage. One that we trust you will experience.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Firm Family.
We were built with a central focus of servicing clients on labor and employment issues.
We draft the restrictive covenant agreements and handling complex restrictive covenant litigation.
We can provide corporate governance, helping clients manage the responsibilities of running a corporation in financial field.
We can provide counsel in all areas of business, including entity formation, contract negotiation and corporate governance.
We represent both large companies and small family-owned businesses in w wide-range of business disputes.
We guide the various requirements companies face when handling sensitive information and navigate a data breach.