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See reviews for Knight Nicastro MacKay, LLC from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
None, the workplace is extremely negative.
Culture of toxicity.
Lack of work-life balance.
Lol what's the point. I'd tell you to be honest and at least TRY to care about people. But there's no point. Your callousness is pathological. You'll never change. The writing's been on the wall for years.
Huh? I guess the benefits were pretty good. Full health insurance premiums paid, stuff like that. But at what cost?
Every single stereotype you've ever heard about toxic law firms is here, and in spades. Some offices are better than others, but on the whole, it's a glorified personal injury defense mill. There are self-insured clients that don't nitpicking your billing, which is nice, but literally everything else sucks. Many of the partners' personal lives are in shambles, so they live to work, and expect everyone else to do the same.
It's just a shady place full of gaslighting, manipulation, and (sometimes) outright verbal abuse. The goalposts change every 3 days, and the leadership will switch positions on an internal issue without even blinking. And the pay sucks for the (ever-changing) "perfection" they expect. Don't bother. And if you go ahead and interview, don't buy anything they say. They've mastered the elevator pitch. Just ask about their abysmal turnover (we're talking 20ish people in the last 2 years) and see how they react. That should tell you everything you need to know.
If you make the mistake of joining the firm, at least do yourself the favor of getting out before it all comes crashing down and your license/reputation falls with it.
Pretty much all of them. Even the nice ones are a mess when it comes to managing cases and mentoring people.
Big cases, high stakes, good experience. But again: at what cost?