Frequent changes in personnel, high overhead, and poor planning can result in artificially high legal fees being charged to clients. We address these issues by
(i) maintaining personal continuity with our clients (i.e., little or no swapping of attorneys/agents, and maintaining a single point of contact);
(ii) maintaining practical office space and salaries for our personnel; and
(iii) scrupulously avoiding unnecessary extension fees and surcharges during prosecution.
We also utilize our staff personnel to the maximum degree practical for non-critical tasks, thereby controlling the cost associated with a particular matter.