Cloud-Based Firm Thinks It Can Compete With Skadden


We’re not out here to try and be the biggest firm in the world or get the scraps of Big Law. We see ourselves as white-shoe law firm 2.0.

—Co-founding partner and CEO of alternative law firm Rimon, Michael Moradzadeh, sounding off about the cloud-based firm’s ability to compete with Skadden. Rimon has made a series of international lateral hires as part of their aim to be a full-service firm for clients in finance, tech, entertainment, and the international corporate space. One lateral partner, former Gibson Dunn partner Richard Ernest said, “To me, it is clear that Rimon gives senior, experienced partners (20-plus years), who are seen by their clients as go-to practitioners, the chance to work freely, flexibly and collaboratively with like-minded souls in order to vastly improve upon the service and fee flexibility demanded by global clients.”


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