ex•pe•ri•ence \ik-spir-ē-ən(t)s\ n [ME, fr. MF, fr. L experiential act of trying, fr. experient-, experiens, prp. of experiri to try, fr. ex- + -periri (akin to periculum attempt) — more at FEAR] (14c) 1 a: seasoned practitioners who possess over 25+ years of actual experience, knowledge, judgment and intuition b: genuine practitioners who know the nuances and intricacies of particular areas of law, certain industries and precise legal points 2 a: creating a relational encounter for our clients that shows a dedication and commitment to their success b: clients are not a number, they are real people who are truly important to us and come first c: we work the way our clients need us to work for them
You might say we are a dying breed – lawyers who actually do the deals and try the cases. We do not hand your case down, we embrace it ourselves because we enjoy practicing law – it's that simple. We've taken our years of knowledge and experience gleaned from our big firm backgrounds and left to start our own ballgame, a fresh and creative boutique practice focused on precise areas of law. Why? We prefer personable, client-first relationships; we like our clients and our clients like us. We've learned that putting that relationship first translates into success. It is an understanding gained from experience. We're experienced (older) dogs, and we know a lot of tricks. And by the way, you can teach an old dog new tricks – just watch us!