If you are a litigator, you devote your professional energies to making the best case possible for your clients, through careful investigation, meticulous preparation and skillful advocacy. You focus on the facts. You also know a lot of law. You have to, because what matters most about those facts that you uncover is their legal significance.
Because you are a lawyer, and lawyers draft briefs, motions, and responses to motions, you also do these things. And you even do them capably. But they are not how you prefer to spend your time, not to mention that you do not always have the time to give it your best. You are a fact lawyer, and focusing on the facts is a full-time job in itself.
For over 30 years, Brent Rosenthal and David Weiner have devoted themselves to appellate and legal issues practice, to being “law lawyers.” We do not do anything that you cannot do, or that you do not do from time to time. The difference is a matter of calling. Your calling has been to be a litigator, and ours has been to be appellate and legal issues specialists. We invite you to call upon us for what we do best, which is to help lawyers and their clients succeed with challenging legal issues, at whatever stage these issues may arise.