Every law firm touts highly skilled lawyers and deep expertise in a variety of practice areas. Which begs the question that if the alternative were true would they brag about it? When companies seek legal counsel it is assumed they want “skill”, “competence”, “talent”, and so on. Where Richardson & Patel attempts to be different is best categorized with our following motto:
The law is a means to an end, not the end itself
Companies use the law to complete a task , a business initiative, a transaction of some sort. Many law firms lose sight of the business goal that needs accomplishing and get tunnel vision on the law being the ends, instead of the means. Our lawyers understand the distinction. Our lawyers seek to maintain focus on accomplishing the business goals of our clients. This is of course done within the context of the time honored traditions of the practice of law and pride in being “skilled” and “competent”.