Sometimes there is no second chance.

 

Complex legal issues are daunting. You need to win and doing so requires an elite team of advisors. The challenge, of course, is finding a team you can trust. We’re here to ensure that your next move is the right one. And to do that, we follow a three-step process:

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Confer.


Let’s talk, on “the firm’s dime.” We do not charge for initial client meetings. If we can help, we’ll move to Step 2. Otherwise, we will refer you to someone who can provide the guidance you need. So let’s start by scheduling a time to talk.

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Plan.


We do not jump in without a plan. If we can handle the case, we outline a game plan and propose a budget. You decide whether the plan works for you and you will know in advance the projected costs.

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Execute.


Effective execution requires a seamless partnership. We listen until we understand. Then, we act with dogged determination.

Our Attorneys

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DANIEL W. GLASSER
ATTORNEY

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DAVID S. CHIPMAN
ATTORNEY

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CINDY CHANG MAHLBERG
COO/INTEGRATOR

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JENNIFER OSGOOD
ATTORNEY

JENNIFER S. SENIOR
ATTORNEY

MARK T. BARNES
ATTORNEY

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JAMES KIN
ATTORNEY

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