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In this episode, Alay and Ken discuss:
- Making the decision to grow and hire.
- Strategic hiring and strategic opportunities.
- Reasons lawyers tend to leave their firms.
- Building a great firm.
- One avenue to growth could be merging with like-minded attorneys to whom you all refer business.
- Having complementary practice areas under the same roof can help better provide services to your clients.
- When merging and growing your law firm, the culture, and values of those you bring into the firm need to be aligned, and everyone should be working toward the same, ultimate, goal.
- Bringing in new partners can help to relieve stress in your firm as you are looking to better serve your current clients and new possible clients.
- “We’re much more proactive about the hiring – we are looking for strategic opportunities to expand.” — Ken Falcon
- “Take the risk, seize the bull by the horns, and give it a shot. Bet on yourself, first and foremost, and in general, you’ll land on your feet.” — Ken Falcon
About Ken Falcon:
Kenneth J. Falcon is the managing partner of FRB. He is also the chair of the real estate practice group. His practice has largely revolved around his real estate clients, for whom he has overseen hundreds of real estate transactions ranging from due diligence, financing and acquisition through development, management and leasing. He has also served as lead counsel in complex litigated matters, including matters related to estates, intellectual property, commercial transactions, and real estate.
Ken launched his career as a judicial intern in the District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Shortly after graduation, he began working with one of Long Island’s most esteemed solo practitioners, Myron G. Jacobson. Tapping into decades of experience in real estate acquisition, financing and development, Ken has helped forge partnerships that have invested tens of millions of dollars in real estate development throughout the five boroughs of New York City and throughout the country. Ken has earned the trust of some of America’s most prestigious law firms, serving as counsel to their clients in the event of conflicts of interest.
Ken has served as an adjunct instructor of legal studies at Molloy College. He resides in Long Island with his wife and three children.
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