Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller President and CEO David Pudlin offers his insights to the Philadelphia Business Journal on the firm’s biggest successes in 2022 and how the firm plans to continue that success heading into 2023.
In the article, David shares that the contingency and non-contingency practice groups had a record year in 2022, and that several young shareholders were able to grow their respective practices as well as win high-profile cases. David says the firm is dedicated to continuing this growth through the hiring of a Marketing Director to spearhead marketing efforts and practice group development, with a focus on providing younger attorneys with a platform for growing their businesses.
With talk of a coming recession and current inflationary pressures, David believes clients will be focused on legal spend. He discusses how “our firm is well-positioned to grow client relationships and attract new clients in periods like this, as we have always staffed matters leanly and maintained competitive rates, while providing the same level of service as larger, more leveraged firms with greater billing pressures.”Share This Read the article