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Berkowitz, Lichtstein, Kuritsky, Giasullo & Gross, LLC

Main Office: 75 Livingston Avenue | Roseland | NJ | 07068

Phone: 973-325-7800 | Fax: 973-325-7930

4 Star Rating

4 Reviews

Berkowitz, Lichtstein, Kuritsky, Giasullo & Gross, LLC - Reviews

See reviews for Berkowitz, Lichtstein, Kuritsky, Giasullo & Gross, LLC from attorneys and other legal professionals below.

Great Work Environment, But Bad Benefits on May 19, 2024 - Current Employee Mr. in San Francisco City,

Current Employee

Advice to law firm management:
I wish that this firm would take a long, hard look at the benefits package, especially the health insurance. The pay is pretty good, but having substandard health coverage leaves a sour taste in my mouth.

Pros:
Everyone at this firm is knowledgeable and professional, from the associates to the leadership team. The work environment is relaxed and authentic, and people seem to genuinely care about one another. The training program here is very good, and everyone is given an opportunity to develop themselves.

Cons:
The pay here is good, but the benefits aren't. This is especially true when it comes to health insurance. The plans offered are lackluster and expensive, with high deductibles and copays.

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Length of Employment:
10+ years

Great Training Program but Absolutely Terrible Benefits on May 19, 2024 - Current Employee Mr. in San Francisco City,

Current Employee

Advice to law firm management:
I recommend that management come up with better benefits and insurance for employees. If you don't, some of our best employees could potentially leave for one of our competitors.

Pros:
This firm offers a great training program for new employees. I also love that the pay is very fair and my co-workers are some of the best people in the industry.

Cons:
The benefits package is below the standard for our industry. Also, the health insurance is overpriced and not very good.

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Length of Employment:
10+ years

Typical Small-Firm Considerations Apply on May 19, 2024 - Current Employee Mr. in San Francisco City,

Current Employee

Advice to law firm management:
Divide workloads more equally, to the best extent possible. Ease newer hires into this type of work more gradually. Consider taking a look at your benefits provider.

Pros:
Other associates are rather intelligent and generally friendly. Good training and internship programs. Pretty good choice for a first job if you are local, though the firm might not really stand out on a resume that much.

Cons:
Benefits are expensive. Location is not the most convenient. The amounts of work on a day to day basis can fluctuate - you might feel restless on a day you feel productive, or overwhelmed on a day you don't, depending on what happens that day.

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10+ years

Worst Job Ever on May 19, 2024 - Former Employee Mr. in San Francisco City,

Full time 2018 Former Employee

Advice to law firm management:
Unethical partners, poor work environment, dysfunctional support staff, a nightmare to work at for more than a month.

Pros:
Do not work here. It’s like hell on earth.

Cons:
Everything, staff, retention, etc…

Partners to Avoid and Why:
Everyone

Favorite Things About this Firm:
Just work in the city and way more money.

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Length of Employment:
10+ years

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