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Advice to law firm management: None. I have no interest in providing any advice to this firm. Given that so many left this firm after the above, any advice may be currently irrelevant or irrelevant in the future.
Pros: Best of the firm is in the past (i.e, had a good reputation, until...see below). Otherwise, given that so many left this firm after the below, any "best" may be currently outdated or outdated in the future.
Cons: see Lemon v. Myers Bigel, P.A., Lynne Borchers, et al. 5:18-cv-00200
Although the above may be the "worst of the firm," not sure that the above is actually the worst as a lot has happened since then, I can imagine.
Partners to Avoid and Why: See above, as a minimum. But, given that so many left this firm after the above, any list may be currently outdated or outdated in the future.
Favorite Things About this Firm: I have no interest in providing any favorite things about this firm. Given that so many left this firm after the above, any favorites may be currently outdated or outdated in the future.
Advice to law firm management: The firm needs to do a better job of treating clients as more than money prospects. I think classes that teach some associates at the firm about being more people friendly would help.
Pros: The amenities offered in the work place are great. The firm has a lot of connections with other firms, which is great for associates who want to practice in other areas of the law.
Cons: I think one of the main things I do not really like about the firm is that there is too much focus on treating clients as monetary goals. A lot of the cases we do are also rushed due to the work load the firm likes to implement for financial reasons.