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See reviews for Chermol & Fishman, LLC from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
For the most part the firm does great. The only things that could be improved is a slightly more controlled behaviour from the higher partners when it’s crunch time.
Competency, knowledge, great people, great environment, room for growth. The partners care, the paralegals, assistants, et al. are all a great team.
People who can’t handle pressure & cause problems for others. The high pace can sometimes lead to high stress. Long hours. Employees who take information from clients & don’t pass it on before getting fired (see other rating for my workplace, many cases were affected & almost destroyed) or in general do not pass on relevant information in a timely manner causing cases to need to be sent to federal appeals. But that’s more the worst of “employees of the firm” & not the firm, beyond vetting.
None. The worst I can say is when the pressure is on everyone has a stressful day, but that is no reason to avoid someone or treat them as if they are worth avoiding or they are bad people.
Quite a lot actually. But my favourite is the fact we help people from all over the country. Even if all we do is speak to them, it is very engaging to here the country through different people.
Treat your employees better. Stop beating people up. Go to counseling and get on medication. Try open communication, stop playing games with people's lives. Karma is a bitch.
Management is very bright. It is a shame to see such brilliance and talent tainted by drama and mental instability. It's sad when the best day is the day you get fired.
Constant drama, hostile work environment, unhealthy atmosphere, terrible management skills, mentally unstable top management. Someone is always on the chopping block.
Avoid the top partner because he will turn on you in a flash and is completely untrustworthy and dishonest. He will tell you what you want to hear rather than the truth.
I honestly wish I could think of anything that would be considered a favorite thing other than the end of each and every work day.