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THE TUHEY LAW FIRM PRINCIPLES
IT ALL STARTS WITH TRUST
Say what you mean, mean what you say. If you do, you will find a more efficient and easier path to achieving your client’s goals.
BE A BUSINESS PARTNER
The law is only part of what you need to succeed. Focusing on your client’s business, knowing your client personally, and bringing your years of business experience to problems is what builds real success.
If you spend all the time talking and none of the time listening, you won’t be able to hear what is truly important to your client.
UNDERSTAND WHAT DRIVES THE PARTY OPPOSITE YOU
Getting what your client wants is often an outcome of giving the other side what they need. The two are not always mutually exclusive.
DRAMA IS FOR
Be firm. Fight when it makes sense. Histrionics don’t bring people together, they only drive them apart.
It may be cliché, but if you are responsive and friendly in dealing with your client, they will want to work with you.
“We needed someone to hit the ground running as the outside General Counsel for the company. John has partnered with every
level of the organization to make sure our goals were met. More importantly, John works closely with our key stakeholders (internally and externally) to achieve our goals. I’ve asked John to work on matters big and small, including commercial issues, environmental disputes, real estate, employment, and product recalls. He’s risen to the challenge with each of them.”
– Phil Johnson, Retired CEO, Agrati, Inc.
The Tuhey Law Firm is a certified disabled owned business by Disability-In. The Tuhey Law Firm is also a proud member and supporter of the Disability-In. Disability-In
(fka USBLN) is a national non-profit that helps business drive performance by leveraging disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace. They give businesses a voice to all levels of government on disability related public policy and connect businesses for engagement on all matters surrounding disability
inclusion and to share best practices.