April 29, 2021
Managing Partner Dana Rosenfeld
was the subject of a Law360
Q&A on the firm’s identity. Kelley Drye’s slogan of “a powerhouse firm with the heart of a boutique," as well as recent high-profile representations including the government of Guam at the U.S. Supreme Court in a dispute over a $160 million landfill cleanup effort, as well as the lead plaintiff in a TCPA class action against a New York City nightclub, led Law360
to ask what makes Kelley Drye so special.
“We have nationally ranked practice groups and teams of true experts in their field. We've got a number of awards and rankings, but at the same time we're small enough that we get to know each other,” said Rosenfeld. “This really helps to build team spirit so we can work together towards growing the pie for the firm and also help to sustain what we consider to be a very entrepreneurial culture where we're both looking to expand our reach and serve our existing clients in a way that's very collaborative. To me, you don't want to be isolated on your own island; people have a far more pleasant working life when they're with people they know and trust.”
She went on to talk about the firm's diversity work, its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and goals for the rest of 2021.
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