At Riley, Hewitt, Witte & Romano, you'll find our comprehensive technical and aggressive approach to litigation are equal to that of any larger firm. Our difference is in the personal relationships we build with our clients as a focused mid-size firm. Flexibility, responsiveness, continuity, and efficiency are qualities that pervade our entire staff bottom up or top down. We offer the depth and diversity of highly skilled personnel capable of handling complex legal situations, while providing personalized, one-to-one service that clients need.
Today, business executives, corporate counsel and risk managers are much more sophisticated in their selection of counsel. Their decision is based more on the specific needs of the case at hand, a bottom-line orientation and most importantly an impressive track record of success. That is what has made Riley, Hewitt, Witte & Romano an easy choice as National Coordinating Counsel to corporations worldwide.
Riley, Hewitt, Witte & Romano attorneys actively participate in the Allegheny County Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, and American Bar Association. Every Riley, Hewitt, Witte & Romano attorney is admitted to practice in the state of Pennsylvania, and many are also admitted to practice in the neighboring states of Ohio and West Virginia, as well as the federal courts in those states.
Riley, Hewitt, Witte & Romano is committed to serving the communities in which it practices. The firm has committed substantial resources to pro bono activities and it supports local charitable organizations such as Emmaus Community, the Crisis Pregnancy Center, the Pittsburgh Ballet and the DePaul Institute.
When you work with Riley, Hewitt, Witte & Romano, you have direct access to our complete team of experienced lawyers.
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