Our Why

Our clients actually like us

We started this business so we can work with clients we like – and so clients can actually enjoy working with their attorneys. That’s important to us. We shouldn’t have to tout our approachability and responsiveness, but we will since it sets us apart. Clients work with us because we’re good at what we do, but they stay with us because of how we do what we do. Here, relationships matter, and our relationships with clients are grounded in mutual respect and trust.
Your success is our success—and we will always protect your best interests. 

We’re forward-thinking

Because so are you. Open-minded and innovative, we do not take a one-size-fits-all approach to any client. Because laws are constantly changing, so are we.

We don’t do things “because that’s how they’ve always been done”. We tell you where the law is going so you can be there too. Don’t just be compliant, stay compliant.

We understand

Yes, we’re lawyers. But, we’re also business owners. We speak the same language.
What good is legal advice for your business if it doesn’t actually work for your business? Legal advice shouldn’t come at the expense of running your business. We balance the legal, practical, and financial implications of our guidance. It’s the same approach we take with our firm.
You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers.

How we help

Labor and Employment

As a business owner, you probably already know this – there are a $%&!-ton of labor and employment laws . . . and more are being passed every day. You shouldn’t have to figure that out on your own. That’s why we’re here.

Business and Contracts

Businesses rely on solid contracts – which, if we’re being honest, most attorneys can draft. But contracts also need to be understandable (which, if we’re being honest, most attorneys are not). That’s where we come in. 

Litigation and
Dispute Resolution

Business can’t be all rainbows, sunshine, and unicorns. Disputes arise, deals go bad, or contracts don’t work. A good litigator will tell you when to fight and, more importantly, when not to fight. When times get tough, so do we.

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