Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP - Reviews

3 Star Rating     3 reviews

https://www.saul.com 
Main Office:

Centre Square West, 1500 Market Street, 38th Floor, | Philadelphia | PA | 19102

Phone: 215-972-7777 | Fax: 215-972-7725

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Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP Reviews


"Manager of major Chucago art collection"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Oct 17, 2021

Advice to law firm management: You lawyers should know what a "Bill of Lading" is if they want to be called a "business law firm"

Pros: If you want to plunder a minority sharre owners , even at thr grave detriment to uour own business shares, saul.com is the place for you!! if you want your business to travel cross country without any documentation, saul.com is the firm for you, one willing to have your assets plundered during transport, just to screw a minority share older, aul.com is your kind of firm'n

Cons: They will destroy the value of your company just to please their pocketbooks and your errant , misguided ideas about your own company---- Saul.com is willing to lie on the stand about your company, stating things like "i did not know the business was appraised" when you just paid thousands to have an official appraisal, just to help you ship it cross country without any paperwork to denote what was being shipped.

Partners to Avoid and Why: The Chicago office for their attempts to plunder their own clients asset's value.

Favorite Things About this Firm: They will lie for you, and not use common sense , to raise and not squash the value of your business

Current or former employee?: Current Employee

Job type: Contract
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"A Collegial Environment "   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Dec 18, 2017

Advice to law firm management: The firm needs to downsize or create more opportunities for employees to advancement. This firm is large so it seems this cannot be remedied as much.

Pros: This firm goes above expectations to make you feel at home. With accommodating workspaces, flexible hours, and a great staff its second nature to expand your abilities as an attorney here.

Cons: Finding advancement opportunities within the firm is challenging. This firm is growing very rapidly, competition is fierce. As time goes on it's becoming much more difficult to advance within the firm because of this.

Current or former employee?: Former Employee
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"Be ready to become a slave to the billable hour"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on Jul 21, 2017

Advice to law firm management: Be ready to work from day one and bill as much as you can. If you want to impress your bosses at this firm, you will have to start earning as much business as you can.

Pros: This firm charges its clients top dollar, which is good if you're a partner. Whether you make partner here is up to you. There are chances to advance, but not many. The partners at this firm will not welcome just anyone into the fold -- only the best associates.

Cons: You will find this environment ruthlessly competitive. The clients may balk at the enormous bills they will have to pay, which may endanger the firm's future business. There are few clients out there who can afford this type of representation.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee
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