No law firm, regardless of its size, has a monopoly on top-notch attorneys. “Bigger” does not mean “better,” especially when the Client’s case or matter does not require an army of attorneys. The prudent Client understands that the attorney-Client relationship ultimately boils down to people. It is the individual, not the entity, who gives unconditional loyalty to the Client; who provides personal accountability to the Client; and who brings passion to the Client’s cause.


Landlord - Tenant

The Firm has a wealth of experience in the Landlord-Tenant arena. The Firm represents commercial landlords and commercial tenants and has handled a a broad array of cases on behalf of such clients. The Firm's practice also includes cases involving homeowner and condominium associations, the enforcement of real estate-related restrictive covenants, and other real-estate-related litigation. Our experience in this practice area means that the "wheel is never reinvented" on Client time and that he will almost always have a substantial head-start on any Landlord-Tenant issue given to him. Moreover, the Firm's experience in the plethora of legal issues that often accompany "typical" Landlord-Tenant cases - including construction litigation, general commercial litigation, eviction, self-help, bankruptcy, distraint (distress sales), and others - underscores the value of choosing an experienced Landlord-Tenant attorney with a broad spectrum of additional legal experience.

When you call your attorney, he should call you back. When you send an e-mail, he should reply without the need for repeated requests. This is not an issue of shrewd marketing or sophisticated promotion - rather, it is nothing more than common courtesy. Too many attorneys act as though they are doing the Client a favor by representing him. The good attorney understands that, in fact, the opposite is true - law is a service industry, and it is the attorney's privilege to represent his Clients.