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Pictured: Tom Keller
A good business attorney is an experienced, trusted advisor with whom you can speak your mind. An even better business attorney—such as Tom Keller, selected by his peers as one of the “Best Lawyers in America”—believes in integrity, absolute loyalty to the client, intellectual curiosity, creativity, and the willingness to work diligently to accomplish the very best results. In addition to being a hard worker, he’s a “people person” and enjoys getting to know his clients and their life stories, treating them with courtesy and respect rather than “just another file.”
Whether representing small business owners or high-profile Fortune 500 companies, Tom has successfully assisted his clients with mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, executive compensation, contracts, securities, financing, license agreements, and employment during his 50 years in practice. As a testament to his extensive experience, outstanding reputation, and effective communication skills, he is regularly appointed a Special Master by the United States District Court in complex corporate litigation.
Pictured: Edward Winer
Ed Winer has been practicing family law and helping families through one of life’s most difficult transitions for nearly four decades. He is one of the most honored family law lawyers in the U.S. His experience and strong work ethic—combined with an in-depth understanding of complex legal and financial issues, with a determined, yet analytical approach, and caring personality—have earned him recognition as one of the Top Ten Divorce Lawyers in the U.S. by Worth magazine. He is an elected Diplomat of the American College of Family Trial Lawyers, an honor limited to 100 matrimonial trial lawyers, and he has been listed in every edition of the “Best Lawyers in America” since its first publication.
In a field often peppered with explosive human emotions, Winer is an advocate for alternative dispute resolution. “You can’t let anger control you,” he says. “You have to treat divorce like a business transaction.”
“The goal,” he says, “is not about destroying families. It’s about delivering fairness in the most cost-efficient manner, while also considering the well-being of everyone involved.”
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