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Rimon Partner and SCCBA President, Gabriel Gregg, Lauds Rimon’s “Ingenious” Model in Presidential Messages

Insight Gabriel Gregg Gabriel Gregg · February 06, 2019
Gabriel Gregg is the 2019 President of the Santa Clara County Bar Association. In his first two President’s Messages, and in his Presidential Installation speech, Mr. Gregg drew attention to the freeing power of modern legal tools and law firm models, and notably referenced Rimon as “ingenious” and as a “leader in law firm

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Rimon’s Michael Moradzadeh Writes in the American Bar Association Journal about How Law Firms Need to Adapt for Millennial Partners

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · June 01, 2018
In this ABA Journal article, Rimon’s CEO, Michael Moradzadeh, writes how law firms need to adapt in order to meet the expectation of millennials, who are now rising in the ranks within these law firms. He explains how Rimon Law developed its business model based on these shifting expectations and technology, resulting in an ability to

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Rimon’s Model Featured in Variety Magazine

Insight Jill H. Berliner Jill H. Berliner · April 20, 2018
Leading Music, Sports, and Entertainment attorney, Jill Berliner, explains to Variety how she went from being a slave of the billable hour at her former big law firm to an “evolved” law firm that better serves her clients' interests. Click here to view the article. Ms. Berliner has represented artists, songwriters, managers,

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Will All Law Firms Eventually Go Virtual? Live Interview Between Rimon’s CEO and Above The Law

News July 24, 2017
Rimon’s CEO, Michael Moradzadeh, was interviewed by Above The Law in a live discussion about what motivated him when he and Yaacov Silberman founded a new law firm with a highly innovative business model. Michael spoke about the overhead burden that big law firms carry with their lavish (but fundamentally unnecessary) real estate, the rigid

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Practicing Law Should Not Be at Odds With One’s Well-being

Insight June 01, 2017
In this article published in The Florida Bar YLD’s Health & Wellness Section, Natasha Dorsey explains how Rimon attorneys can practice law without trading off their well-being. Harnessing the power of the internet and radically rethinking the law-firm structure, Rimon offers a new operating model that relies more on technology and

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Rimon Op-ed in Law360: A time bomb for law firms, mismatched assets and liabilities

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · Thomas M. White Thomas M. White · March 14, 2017
In this Law360 Op-ed, Rimon's Thomas White and Michael Moradzadeh argue that law firm management has a particularly critical task: managing the magnitude and longevity of firm assets and liabilities. The firm that fails to balance these factors skillfully may find it difficult to attract and retain talent. "Many commentators have

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Forbes Article by Rimon CEO:  Law Firms Join The Destructive Dance To Higher Associate Salaries

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · July 15, 2016
(Go directly to article in Forbes here.) In the most enduring and infamous comment from the subprime meltdown, former Citigroup CEO Chuck Prince explained away his company’s disastrous leveraged lending before the crash with the comment that “as long as the music’s playing, you’ve got to get up and dance.”

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Is the Traditional Law Firm Compensation System Hurting Clients, Lawyers, and Law Firms?

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · June 01, 2016
The start of a new year is always a time for big changes in a law firm partner’s life. Suddenly, lawyers get to meet all new people. Why? Because the start of the year is when laterals — partners and associates — start jumping firms. This is not due to exciting New Year’s resolutions to meet new people or try out new

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Stanford Law School Presentation on Innovations in Law Firm Model by Rimon’s Managing Partners


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Rimon's Managing Partners Michael Moradzadeh and Yaacov Silberman will discuss innovation and disruption in the law firm space at The Center on the Legal Profession Stanford Law School. They will discuss the history of innovation in the traditional legal marketplace, the current landscape as alternative models have rapidly increased their presence,

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