Analysis, Creativity, Practicality
While a legal problem may at first appear obvious, we consider it generally wise to analyze whether it is indeed the primary concern or an aspect of underlying or related issues.
Similarly, the first solution or course of action that comes to mind may not be the best or the most practical. Sometimes there appears to be no solution at all. This just means we have to work harder – we like to call this part “thinking”.
The objective of thinking hard is to develop a solution, strategy, structure or approach for a client which is a practical path to achieving the client’s goals. Practicality can involve many things, but a plan that is either too expensive, time consuming, or improbable is unlikely to be practical.
We like thinking. We like creativity. We insist on practicality.