October 10, 2009

Robert K. Neiman, a Principal in the firm's Health Care Law group, was featured by Chicago Lawyer's Around the Water Cooler blog in an October 2009 Q&A about his practice and career.


Q: What do you find most interesting about your practice?

A: Solving the puzzle that each new matter presents. In each case, the facts and law give you a finite number of pieces to the puzzle, and your client's goals define the borders. My job is to fit the pieces together to achieve those goals as efficiently as possible. Litigation is the ultimate liberal arts education, in that every new case teaches me something new and gives me the chance to hone and polish my skills as a lawyer. So no two days are ever the same.

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