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The Value of a STRONG NARRATIVE

The Value of a STRONG NARRATIVE

A Huge Win for a Respected Physician’s Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Constructive Fraud and Legal Malpractice Case Proves the Value of a Strong Narrative Strategy for Keller/Anderle LLP ” Trials are a matter of inches. Provided you develop and follow a strong narrative and don’t allow yourself or your team to deviate from that narrative, […]

Applied Economics: Business, Personal and Complex Litigation

Applied Economics: Business, Personal and Complex Litigation

When Steven Sanchez was a senior at Stanford University he had two forward paths from which to choose. He could use his degree in Economics to attain an MBA followed by entry into any number of business ventures. He also had the opportunity to further his education in another direction—earn a J.D. from the Boalt […]

From Confusion to Clarity for Dentists and Physicians

From Confusion to Clarity for Dentists and Physicians

San Diego’s Attorney for Dentists and Physicians Earns a Position on the Leading Edge of Two Industries The leading edge of any industry is occupied by “few and far between” people and organizations, yet Matthew W. Odgers has staked out a leadership position in the legal profession and as a counselor and advisor to the […]

Altruism Drives Family Law Attorney’s Success

Altruism Drives Family Law Attorney’s Success

Business Student Exercising an Educational Option Discovers a LIFELONG PASSION for Family Law and a DRIVE to Help Individual People and Families One-on-One How many students attend law school with becoming an attorney only one of many options? That’s precisely the situation Puja Sachdev found herself in. Today she is a successful family law attorney […]

Speaking the Language of Real Estate, Business and the Law

Speaking the Language of Real Estate, Business and the Law

The strength of the team is each member. The strength of each member is the team. – Phil Jackson Robert P. Robinson, Esq. always wanted to lead his own legal team and firm, but early on realized that at the age of 25 with no law experience hanging out a shingle would be at best […]

Finding the Best Answer to “What’s Next” in Business Transition Planning

Finding the Best Answer to “What’s Next” in Business Transition Planning

At some point in the natural life cycle of a closely held company, self-made entrepreneurs find themselves contemplating what’s next. For many, there’s a two-way magnet in play. The business has been central to their lives, and it is human nature to be drawn to what’s known and proven. Yet the magnet also pulls toward […]

Vision for Change

Vision for Change

Batta Fulkerson is Giving People a Reason to View Personal Injury Law Firms Under a New Light Breaking Away Dan Fulkerson and Paul Batta, Co-Founders of Batta Fulkerson Law Group, Inc., have always had the mutual goal to eventually start their own law firm. However, leaving the security of working for a busy law firm […]

Strazzeri Mancini LLP. Care to Know: An Innovative Business Model and Culture

Strazzeri Mancini LLP. Care to Know: An Innovative Business Model and Culture

“We believe traditional planning can inadvertently narrow planning conversations too quickly. It’s a slippery slope in which the formulation of the problem—the power of the questioning phase—has become a lost art,” says Joe Strazzeri, principal of the law firm of Strazzeri Mancini, LLP. The firm has two principals, Joseph J. Strazzeri and Stephen J. Mancini, […]

Law Firm, San Diego The More You Give, The More You Get

Law Firm, San Diego The More You Give, The More You Get

“I can honestly say that I love representing plaintiffs in injury cases. And I do not use the word ‘love’ lightly. I enjoy getting to know my clients, helping them through a difficult time, and, ultimately, ensuring they get a fair shake through trial or settlement,” says Steve Vosseller, founder of the Vosseller Law Firm. […]

Passion and Small- Town Values Lead To Success

Passion and Small- Town Values Lead To Success

The path for most successful San Diego attorneys starts at an early age. For Patrick Griffin, it began while being raised with his three siblings in the small town of Ennis, Montana, by a mother who he describes as a “smart as they come, Montana Cowgirl with a big personality” and a father who is […]

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