“I like to build things. I like to do things.”
We echo these words attributed to Walter Chrysler (of automotive fame). We are lawyers, but frankly, we’re not defined by the traditional label. We are builders and doers. From wisdom that precedes Chrysler’s by several thousand years, we accept that “[t]o every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven . . . a time to break down, and a time to build up. (Ecclesiastes 3) For our purpose in life, we concentrate in the latter art. You see, we have a penchant for building things. This includes stuff using hammers & nails, nuts & bolts, and hard drives & circuit boards. This trait colors our practice of law, in which we like to help build useful organizations (private sector companies and public sector agencies). Among the many tools we use are contracts, agreements, governance structures, tax credits and other financial incentives, effective low entropy policies, administrative agency advocacy and strategic legal thinking. In our belief, the law is a tool and not a hindrance. Using the law, we wield our knowledge skillfully to build sustainable companies, incentivize creating new and useful things, and implement our clients’ ideas.
Lastly, we look forward to building strong relationships with clients, building their trust, and helping them to build things and do things. And, that’s the truth (i.e., verax).