It takes insight and forethought to effectively advance complex issues forward to conclusion.

My enterprising approach to litigation involves beginning at the end. In order to execute the most effective resolution, the desired outcome is identified early in the process. Procedure is followed only when it adds value, but not for the sake of it. Creativity combined with sound judgment goes a long way towards eliminating extraneous steps and moving a matter to its satisfactory conclusion as quickly and directly as possible.

It’s a modern and dynamic problem-solving technique. Yet it is grounded in the tradition of integrity: civility and courtesy to the court, the clients and to other lawyers. In many ways, the modernized Georgian building that I bought for the practice serves as an architectural statement of my professional identity.