Focus of Practice.

The most common matters I handle involve:

  • Contracts
  • Business torts
  • Partnerships
  • Corporations and stockholders
  • Unfair competition
  • Real Estate
  • Fraud

On Your Side

Clients sometimes feel outgunned by a large law firm or frustrated by a difficult opponent. Their anxiety is reduced when they know they have an advocate on their side who has extensive experience under those conditions, who believes in their case, and who can present it persuasively.

I give realistic assessments. Many times clients decide to avoid litigation once they see the whole picture or discover the possibility that there may be other ways to solve the problem.

When I take a case, I personally handle all aspects of it from beginning to end even if I collaborate with colleagues.

Client and Lawyer Involvement

The circumstances and a client’s goals determine my plan for each case. Continued client involvement is important because new client information will sometimes require me to adjust in my course of action.

I keep clients informed of important developments as the case progresses. But I don’t bury them in details, mainly because most clients don’t want to be bothered with the details; they care about the results. Besides, the purpose of hiring an attorney is to reduce the burden of litigation on them, not increase it.