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We believe that effectively solving our clients’ problems begins with a true understanding of our clients themselves. The people and companies that put their legal needs in our care deserve to work with professionals who are available, easy to talk to and responsive as a rule rather than an afterthought.
It’s only by learning about their situations that we can craft the best, most equitable solutions possible.
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Our Diversity and Inclusion Committee works closely with firm management in developing and implementing initiatives that further the following objectives: