What to Expect in the Early Days of Starting a Law Firm with Phil Andonian

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Phil Andonian is a Member and Co-Founder of Caleb Andonian PLLC. Phil's practice is dedicated to representing individuals facing criminal prosecution or government investigation, as well as working on employment and personal injury matters.

Before co-founding Caleb Andonian PLLC, Phil was Of Counsel at one of the country's leading labor and employment firms, Bredhoff & Kaiser PLLC, where he represented local and international unions in all manners of litigation at the local, state, and federal levels.

In this episode…

Do you know what to expect during the early days of starting your law firm? Whether you’re riding solo or with a partner, one thing is for sure: you’ll be doing less lawyering and business legwork. Well, business development, that is, according to Phil Andonian, Member and Co-Founder at Caleb Andonian PLLC.

So what does that mean for you if you’re about to give up your steady paycheck and benefits to start your law firm? And, most importantly, what should you expect?

Listen to this episode of the Esq.Marketing Podcast with Matthew Laurin as he chats with Phil Andonian, Member and Co-Founder at Caleb Andonian PLLC. They talk about the process of starting a new law firm, what to expect from a significant shift in your practice area, who should be starting a law firm, and what to expect in the early days.

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