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Initial Strategy Discussion Offer

Welcome to The Loree Law Firm’s Initial Strategy Discussion Offer page.

If you’ve been searching the net looking for attorneys or law firms, you’ve probably seen countless so-called “free consultation” offers. And you’re probably wondering what they really mean, if anything.

Free Strategy Discussion Offer

Here’s what The Loree Law Firm (the “Firm”) offers instead to businesses, businesspersons, professionals, and others who contact us about an arbitration or arbitration-law problem: a free Initial Strategy Discussion, along with a complimentary Initial Fact and Issue Summary.

You contact us by email or telephone to describe briefly for us your arbitration law matter or problem.

We’ll ask you a few questions and, if all is in order from the standpoint of potential conflicts of interest, we’ll make arrangements to have a 20-30 minute or so strategy telephone conference with you to discuss your matter. We may ask you to send us, prior to the conference, a few, specific key documents relating to your matter.

At the conference we’ll ask you more questions about the facts, discuss the matter with you, and give you our preliminary thoughts on the principal issues raised as well as on steps you might decide to take in an effort to resolve the problem.

Initial Fact and Issue Summary

But there’s a takeaway, too: an Initial Fact and Issue Summary.

After the conference we’ll prepare for you a brief, written summary of the key facts you’ve conveyed to us, our preliminary identification of the principal issues raised by those facts, and a list of steps you might take in an effort to resolve the problem. This is your complimentary Initial Fact and Issue Summary.

After you review the summary you can decide whether you want to engage Loree & Loree to handle your matter going forward. Whether you do or you do not, you will not be charged for the strategy discussion, the summary, or the work that led up to that discussion and summary.

If you have an arbitration or arbitration-law matter on which you believe you may need advice, counsel, and potentially future representation, then email us at or call (516) 627-1720, and we’ll get going right away on your Initial Strategy Discussion and Fact and Issue Summary.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Want More Information about the Firm and Arbitration-Law Basics?

For more information about Loree & Loree, visit our website, here.

For more information about arbitration-law basics, including confirming, vacating, modifying, and correcting awards, see Loree Reinsurance and Arbitration Law Forum Posts here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

To see Philip J. Loree Jr. discuss arbitration-law issues in a series of videos, see the Video Page, here

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