Dustin B. Herman Esq.: We really have a great culture of hard work, and dedication, and commitment to our clients, and to moving cases forward. There are three agendas in every case: the agenda of a client, number two: the agenda of the client, and number three: the agenda of the client.
William Hawal Esq.: Craig Spangenberg who was an incredible lawyer...It was his culture that essentially permeated all of us, and it was putting the client first. It’s the client's case. It’s the client's case. It’s the client’s case.
Nicholas A. Dicello Esq: The primary focus of the firm is representing individuals, people who aren’t in court every day, don’t really understand that process, and so you really feel how important it is to make sure you’re doing your very best. The first thing we always talk about when we sit down and talk about new cases is we talk about the client. Let me tell you this client’s story.
Peter H. Weinberger Esq: That is really how we measure success, that we have great relationships with people who we represent, and we’re going to provide you, with your consent, with a team of lawyers, we’re going to approach your case in the right way.
Stuart E. Scott Esq.: So teamwork and having everybody on the team devoted to one thing and one thing only...and that’s the client’s case. That’s the real core culture.
Jeremy A. Tor Esq.: I don’t think there is a firm out there...I don’t think there is a set of lawyers anywhere in this country that will prepare as thoroughly as we do. And really, that’s how you win the case...is to out prepare the other side, and it’s really a reflection of how much you care about your client’s case.
Dennis R. Lansdowne Esq: The legacy that I would like to see and I know my partners would like to see for this firm is that we helped people who needed help the most when they had nobody else to turn to.