Graydon is organized around industry groups, not law school topics. Our clients want us to really know their business, their industry, their "world." They've asked us to spend some time in a hospital human resources department, a steel plant, a newspaper newsroom, an office-tower construction site, a banking center, a family home with generations planning for the future. Here's a sampling of what clients have said:
"I need from day one a lawyer who provides legal advice in the business context. They need to understand our business as though they were in our shoes."
"To become a client’s trusted advisor, I think it takes a series of little steps and typically arises from being in the trenches with the client."