The Rhoads & Sinon "Special Counsel Program" is designed to provide the experience and resources that today's practitioner needs to be competitive in the ever changing legal market. The support and confidence provided by a 55 lawyer firm can make a significant impact on the services you can offer your clients. Located within walking distance to the state capitol, most Commonwealth regulatory agencies, and the federal courthouse, Rhoads & Sinon can be associated in almost any complex case or transaction.
We can provide the depth and financial strength of a large law firm to conduct additional research, retain necessary experts from other fields, and negotiate and draft specialized documents. We also provide trial support in complex and costly litigation disputes.
A referral or mutual consultation will result in an equitable fee structure for any situation. Various professional fee arrangements have been developed by each of the departments and practice areas within Rhoads & Sinon. An arrangement satisfactory to all parties will be established before the initiation of professional services. Because a loyal client base is a lawyer's greatest asset, we work to ensure that your client relationship continues undisturbed. Our "special counsel" relationship is concluded when the particular transaction or case is concluded.
Rhoads & Sinon has nurtured many close, long-standing relationships with local attorneys throughout the Commonwealth, especially in such areas as municipal finance, public utilities, banking and securities law, litigation, labor and employment law and estate planning and administration. These ongoing "special counsel" working relationships provide local practitioners with needed support while preserving the original lawyer/client relationship.
Rhoads & Sinon has established special relationships with an array of attorneys to provide support in unusually complex or labor intensive matters that go beyond many practitioners' particular experience or manpower capabilities. We can immediately assemble the personnel necessary to address the issues at hand, on a cooperative and accommodating basis, without disrupting existing economic and professional client relationships. The client's needs are dealt with promptly and in an orderly fashion and the practitioner remains in control of the transaction or litigation.