About Us

We understand that behind every business are the women and men who have poured their passions and efforts into creating and supporting it. We want to be a valued and trusted member of your team so that you can reach your goals with peace of mind. When you succeed, we succeed.

Our Mission

The Long Law Group forges partnerships with our clients to deliver efficient, winning results that sustain their long-term goals.

Many businesses and entrepreneurs in need of legal services feel they only have two choices: retain a large law firm with billing structures designed solely with an eye on the firm’s bottom line, or take their chances on an unproven attorney.

The Long Law Group was formed in 2009 to provide savvy, yet budget-conscious, clients with a third way: sophisticated legal counsel from business attorneys with extensive experience in both business and the law, designed to provide clients of all sizes with stellar legal services at an efficient price.

Our focus is being a valued member of your team. We listen to you, understand your needs, and then offer you advice based on our understanding of your needs, your business, your industry and the law. Our attorneys measure the success of each deal or case by noting if your goals and objectives were met.

Our Approach

Although we are litigators, we know that litigation can be costly to a business even in the best of outcomes, and so our approach is to provide comprehensive legal advice and counsel that helps your business grow while avoiding and preventing the types of issues that stall deals, hinder growth, and alienate investors, customers, and employees.

However, should an issue require litigation, our team is up to the challenge of defending your rights, no matter we it takes. Our attorneys draw upon over thirty years of complex litigation experience in large law firms, including acting as lead defense counsel in federal and state securities class actions, securities and antitrust investigations, complex civil and business litigation, and pre-and post-merger disputes.

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