Neuman Anderson, P.C. moves to Birmingham
No one likes lawyers right? The term chaser and fixer are often referred to in movies. What about the terms attorney and counselor at law? Do people dismiss from their minds the counselor part? Is a lawyer indeed an authorized legal psychiatrist? Perhaps with a helping hand for personal reinforcement as well as legal relief? When positioned in a tight spot, a CEO or manager needs to know if they are walking the plank or steering the ship, and finding the right lawyer may be the next strategic move.
In many cases, the law firm is Neuman Anderson, P.C., and they’ve just moved into new space in luxurious downtown Birmingham from their previous Southfield home. Although the new zip code may seem sybaritic and affluent, Ken Neuman wants potential clients to know that he is open to most critical circumstances. That is what they specialize in, the critical situation, the 3 a.m. ‘Ghostbuster’ phone call.
This article appeared in the October 16, 2011 issue of The Oakland Press. To read the full article, click here.
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