Solo and Small Firm

The Practitioner Winter 2017, Volume 23, Issue 1

Competing for Clientele as a Small Firm

By Anup A. Mehta

Anup A. Mehta was once a Defense Attorney representing Acute Care Hospitals and Skilled Nursing Facilities before switching sides. He now practices in all areas of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury under his own Firm name, Mehta Law.

I have always had a high level of respect for my fellow attorneys regardless of our differences in practice areas or whom we choose to represent. After all, we have all gone through similar struggles to get to where we are today. Whether you have been practicing for the past forty years or are a newly barred attorney, we have all overcome obstacles getting to where we are ? it is our common ground.

Another common ground for some of us is the difficult decision we made to go out on our own as a solo practitioner or as a small firm. As some of you can attest, the decision to "go solo" becomes exponentially more complex as you progress in life and your career.

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