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Newmeyer & Dillion LLP

When they formed Newmeyer & Dillion LLP in 1984, Tom Newmeyer and Greg Dillion believed that lawyers are not simply professionals. Successful, sought-after lawyers know that they are in the service business. Tom and Greg wanted to build a full-service business law firm where clients would stay for a lifetime. They felt that this could be best achieved by providing excellent personalized service, a top quality work product, and the best results possible. As the Firm grew, they knew precisely the type of lawyers they were looking to attract. Great credentials were not enough. They wanted attorneys who were creative in finding economical and expeditious solutions for their clients and who exercised good judgment in all that they do.

Creativity is key. As no two problems are exactly alike, no two solutions should be either. A creative attorney will think not only through, but also around, a problem and craft a solution fitted to the unique needs and desires of the client. That is what the clients of Newmeyer & Dillion have come to expect and that is what is delivered. Similarly, an attorney with good judgment knows that the client comes first, that calls must be returned promptly, and that the client deserves the best possible work product and results.

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