When you work with a law firm, you want more than paper pushers – you want perceptive and astute legal advisors who go the extra mile. Whether you need transactional, corporate advisory, commercial real estate or healthcare legal services, Saad Law focuses on the most pertinent aspects of your matter to protect your best interests and deliver results. Our work is of the highest caliber while we maintain an important element of approachability in order to provide a friendly, responsive and personalized service.
At Saad Law, the legal services we provide fall under corporate advisory, transactional and commercial real estate work. We help corporations both large and small successfully navigate the legal landscape of their businesses and industries so owners can concentrate their efforts on running their companies. From commercial property acquisitions and dispositions, to securing financing and exercising creative lending strategies, our team acts as the trusted and experienced legal counsel you need to close any real estate transaction.
Saad Law provides specialized corporate and commercial legal services to healthcare professionals and companies. Bringing to the table both regulatory and transactional expertise, our team knows how to successfully navigate industry regulations as well as manage your file, protect your best interests and facilitate a successful closing. The end result is a seamless process overseen by healthcare legal professionals who know what to do, when to do it and how to do it to ensure complete accuracy and efficiency from start to finish.
We engage in pro bono legal work on a regular basis. Not only do we believe strongly in our responsibility to give back to the local communities in which we work, but we view each pro bono file as a valuable opportunity for our lawyers and our firm to further grow and develop. Saad Law collaborates with charities and non-profit organizations, works with individuals and companies who lack the means to acquire the legal expertise they require, and play a role in various human rights advocacy missions.
Saad Law is a quickly growing law firm. The more we flourish, the larger our client base grows and the greater our demand becomes for the right people.
We’re always looking for good lawyers – the best lawyers. Our idea of an exceptional lawyer is one who is skilled, intelligent, pragmatic, straightforward and hardworking. The professionals on our team act as trusted and knowledgeable legal advisors to clients with whom they enjoy establishing and building long-term relationships. In other words, Saad Law lawyers are 100% committed to their clients and to protecting their best interests at all costs.
Saad Law regularly updates its Legal Resource Center as a way to communicate with you. We discuss pertinent topics, address common issues and offer legal insight on a wide range of matters. It is our vision that the Saad Law Legal Resource Center acts a tool through which we can keep in touch with new and existing clients, and provide both individuals and companies with valuable information on anything and everything related to corporate, commercial real estate and healthcare law.
However you choose to reach out, Saad Law is a responsive firm. We understand that many legal files are of an urgent nature, and as a result, we always act accordingly. Our team responds to inquiries promptly and thoroughly so you’re never kept waiting.
Saad Law wants to know about you and your matter so we can assist you in the most prudent, efficient and effective way possible right from the get-go. The detailed online form you’ll find here is designed to extract important initial information, which will allow us to provide preliminary process details, legal guidance and pricing particulars. By informing and educating all parties upfront, engagement is smooth and subsequent proceedings are seamless. We believe strongly that when we start successfully, we have a better chance of finishing successfully.
The Second Blog in a Series of Three: How You Treat Your Customers Last week we talked about How You Treat Your Staff. But now, what about your customers? Where do they fit on the respect graph? What does good customer service mean to you? Maybe it’s a friendly and accommodating representative who helps you find what you’re looking for. Or perhaps it’s the fast email response you get from your legal advisor when you have an important question that needs answering. Or maybe it’s the human being who answers the phone to help you instead of the automated computer voice that never seems to direct you to right department. Good customer service can mean a thousand different things to
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