WE WILL NOT
We will not overstaff your matter with a slew of superfluous lawyers.
We will not overcharge you.
We will not forget about you and your matter.
We will not charge you for learning about your business or for
what we should know.
We will not be condescending toward you or your staff.
We will not incur charges you have not approved.
We will charge fees that make sense in relation to what we accomplish for you.
We use practical, common sense to facilitate your matter.
With more partners than associates, we are able to provide clients with meaningful partner involvement.
We are better able to understand your business and therefore, your objectives and problems.
We will not be an impediment; we will get your deal done and you will know what's going on.
We will return your calls within 24 hours. We will listen to you.
Voice mail will not be your only option.
I like that in an attorney.”
some time since I spoke over the phone to an actual person.“
“We have relied on Bill, David and David’s legal counsel for the past 20 years and they have been an intrinsic part our team over that time. They possess the ability to provide efficient, insightful and quality legal services while focusing on the important business aspects.”Winthrop Realty Trust
“Being able to call Meltzer Lippe is like leaning on a wall that will never give way.”Pintchik Associates, Ltd.
“Meltzer Lippe is unique…it’s a result of the people there.”Arbor Mgmt., LLC
“Meltzer Lippe plays an important role in our overall strategy”Breslin Realty
“They are terrific and keep me focused. They exceed expectations.”Sterling Risk
that we’re more than just a law firm.“
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