We provide excellent legal services in a cost-effective manner. Through working with numerous clients over the years, we have discovered that small firm attorneys who charge less than their counterparts, yet have the same large law firm training and experience, fill an important gap in legal services. Large law firm billing rates are too high for most clients to justify seeking counsel on more routine contracts and legal issues, even though legal counsel adds great value. Our clients get the best of both worlds. Our attorneys gained the required expertise at the international firm Morrison & Foerster LLP and other law firms, but prefer the attorney-client service dynamic that can be achieved in the small firm setting.
Our clients benefit from having direct, consistent access to their primary partner-level attorney. Our clients appreciate having a partner-level attorney personally apply his or her years of expertise to their legal documents and negotiations. In contrast, clients of larger law firms often complain of having initial contacts with a partner-level attorney, who may staff transactions with other attorneys, only to become largely out of touch with the client.
We are also perfectly positioned to fill clients’ needs for a part-time general counsel. Dedicated in-house counsel is often cost prohibitive and many companies do not have sufficient legal workload to justify employing counsel full time.
While it is important to provide efficient services, strategic advice from attorneys who can be trusted are also important dimensions of excellent legal counsel. We bring together all three. We invite you to browse the tabs titled Strategic and Trustworthy to learn more.
Contact us if you are looking for efficient legal counsel with superior qualifications. Call 408-356-3300 or contact us online.
Please be aware that we follow a formal engagement process. Nothing on this website is meant to construe the creation of an attorney-client relationship. We disclaim any duty of confidentiality prior to formal engagement. Therefore, please do not provide confidential information to us until you have formally engaged us as your attorney, including having received a formal engagement letter from us. Communicating with us by phone, email or otherwise does not create an attorney-client relationship between us.