In our office, every business case starts with listening actively to identify the goals of the litigation. By definition, good lawyers must be active listeners — meaning they listen while asking relevant questions. Active listening helps flush out issues the client may have overlooked and helps formulate realistic goals going forward.
The most important thing a lawyer can do for you is to plan your case for the chess game that is a trial from day one. This requires identifying evidence, interviewing witnesses and formulating a trial strategy.
For over 25 years, we have been trying and winning complicated cases. We do not shy away from hard work, hard cases or hard-earned results.