Our founder and senior counsel, Jan Meyer, opened a solo legal practice in Teaneck, NJ in 1997, building on his experience in commercial and residential real estate transactions, subrogation, civil litigation, corporate law and banking/financial services. Since that time the firm has expanded to a full complement of eight attorneys, three paralegals, law clerks and support staff.
We provide consistent, excellent service to all of our clients and that has been the basis on which the firm has grown from a solo practice to its present scale—satisfied clients bringing us repeat business and referring new clients to us. And that, we believe, gives testament to the quality of our work.
We hold our attorneys to the highest standards of legal practice and support them with state of the art technology and a strong team of highly trained, experienced paralegals, law clerks and administrative assistants.
We are client-focused, preferring to negotiate practical resolutions to disputes, rather than litigate them. But we are fully prepared to take matters through trial if reasonable resolutions cannot be achieved through negotiations or arbitration. Our attorneys have extensive trial experience and an impressive record of favorable court decisions.
Our approach is straightforward: we work to achieve our clients’ goals in the most effective, cost-efficient way possible by bringing all of our accumulated knowledge and skill to the task.
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In addition to sound legal counsel and in-depth experience in our practice areas, our firm’s strength is its commitment to service. We never leave our clients wondering, What’s going on? We answer all calls and emails on the day received and provide frequent status reports—even, when the status is unchanged. So, our clients are never left out of the loop or taken by surprise. What’s more, for the convenience of our clients, we maintain two offices—Teaneck, NJ and mid-town Manhattan.
Finally, as part of our commitment to our clients, we carefully review the circumstances of each proposed new assignment before we commit to it, in order to avoid conflicts of interest. Once we commit to represent a client, we apply the full resources of the firm to achieve our client’s goals.
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