111 John Street, Suite 800, New York, NY 10038 (212) 600-2454
Clients of Rush & Sabbatino know that their attorneys are committed to collaboration, communication, value, diversity and integrity.
Litigation should be a client driven process. We are trusted advisers ready to provide you with a range of legal options so you can choose how to reach your goals. Our goal is client empowerment.
Timely and concise communication is central to client empowerment. We are committed to taking the initiative in communicating with our clients and responding to their concerns so that we can facilitate the realization of their business objectives.
Legal fees that are fair are a cornerstone of our practice. Our commitment to principles of litigation management enables us to provide our clients with excellent legal work on a cost effective basis. We are committed to working collaboratively with our clients to set and meet clear and comprehensive litigation budgets. Bended hourly rates, task based billing and flat fee billing are some of the alternate fee arrangements we offer our clients.
We are innovators, not imitators. Social media, for instance, is nothing new to us; we have been actively mining the internet on behalf of our clients for over 15 years. We routinely exploit emerging technological developments to defend our clients. Our goal is to decrease claim exposure and legal costs by leveraging scientific advances.
As seasoned women litigators, we know that a diverse work force fosters creativity, innovation, respect and understanding. Diversity is a goal that makes good sense in the marketplace, the boardroom and the courtroom. We have been certified by the City of New York as a WBE and pledge to continue to promote and advocate diversity in our firm and in the profession at large.
Integrity is essential to our practice. We are committed to providing our clients with outstanding legal representation in an ethical and professional manner. Our clients reap innumerable benefits from our reputations as tough and honest lawyers among the bench and the bar.