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The Bottom Line Volume 35, No. 4, August 2014

The Evolution: Strategic Advisor and Strategic Advocate

By Lee Kanon Alpert, Esq.

For more than 35-years I have thoroughly enjoyed representing countless clients in a myriad of matters including large family law matters, transactional issues and major business negotiations, including mergers and acquisitions, regulatory issues and complex real estate deals. Through the years, my firm and I have enjoyed a thriving practice as we developed a strong reputation for being the go to firm for leaders looking for solutions.

Over time there has been a noticeable shift in the needs of our clients. As young attorneys many of our clients were peers or referrals from peers. We were establishing our firm, and many of our clients were also beginning their careers. Assistance in company formation documentation, operating agreements, and occasional litigation were what clients needed and we happily serviced our clients and grew our firm’s reputation for quality work.

Fast forward thirty years, as our firm and our clients’ businesses evolved their concerns morphed into more complex matters involving high value contract negotiations, multi-million dollar real estate deals, and major litigation matters. Our firm’s ever growing legal expertise has allowed us to effortlessly address our clients’ needs and solidify relationships.

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