Confront the impossible.
New York is a tough place to do business. And it’s even tougher when unexpected legal action takes control of your company. Navigate the boundaries of your legal matters with a law practice that has proven expertise and commitment to success.
Our team of innovative legal practitioners leverage experience with a deep commitment to our clients success, and a return to the control they require to move forward.
We forge relationships, build trust, and provide solutions.
We know how mysterious and confusing legal matters can be. We’ve sat with our clients through countless hours of worry and uncertainty, and watched the tone shift from hopeless to a winning outcome. When they are able to remove the friction and anxiety of legal action, we see how they regain control of their business – and their lives.
When you engage the firm, you're engaging an aggressive and intelligent set of attorneys.
You engage us because you have an immediate threat to your financial liberty or your financial independence has already been compromised and taken away, and that independence needs to be restored or there will be grave consequences.
This client needs an experienced team to come in swiftly – without the proverbial red tape, such as ones that may exist in mid-size or large firms –, and address the aggressor, or pain-point, while the larger strategy unfolds.
The Jacobs P.C. Difference
When a client first comes to us, they are often facing an insurmountable business problem. We begin by identifying ways to attain a business advantage against their aggressor while regaining the ability to run their business in the meantime.
The approach is a practical and focused one: focus on any immediate judicial order, demands from the adversary, and on finding a legal and factual way to relieve the client. We then build a short, and long-term timeline of what transitions, legally, the client has to go through to get to their ideal situation.
Once a timeline is in place, we delineate to the opposition that their position is untenable, and they should reverse course, or consider settlement; and this is done through negotiation, mediation, settlement discussions, advocacy, and motion practice.