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Richman Greer: Are You Experienced?

Or, I should say, have you ever been experienced?
Richman Greer is proud to announce the unveiling of our new brand and website, which capture our spirit as a results-oriented, forward-thinking law firm, known for successfully resolving complex business disputes and commercial transactions.
The new brand and website underscore Richman Greer's 360˚ perspective on legal issues, highlighting the breadth and depth of our litigation experience and knowledge, as well as our holistic approach to solving client problems and protecting their best interests. Along with practice areas, attorney profiles, representative case studies, news items and awards, the site also showcases the extensive and exemplary community involvement that has distinguished the firm since it was established in 1961. 
Incorporating leading-edge design and the latest technology, the new site provides an engaging user experience that reinforces Richman Greer's stance as a leading, progressive law firm. And of course, in our mobile-first world, our site visitors can readily access the website from their mobile devices.

Good luck with the new brand and website, fellas!

Note: for an interesting history of how the Devo cover of "Are You Experienced" was ultimately removed from public view by a bunch of overcareful Jimi Hendrix estate lawyers (an oxymoron?), read on.


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