Many lawyers mistake the cataloguing of risk for good advice. It is what they learned in school and from their mentors. They set about the expensive task of identifying all possible risks and devising all feasible solutions.
But for our clients, risk is simply part of the equation that can produce reward.
So for us, understanding actual risk is the point at which legal counsel begins. Our counsel is designed to bring value to the client, by mitigating or avoiding risk, reducing costs and redundancies, preparing contingency plans, and ultimately helping the client solve the reward equation.
We start by asking our clients a simple question: what do you want to achieve? Getting there, on time and at a reasonable price, is creating value for the client. It is what we do.