ABOUT THE FIRM
Sterlington’s law firm arm, Harrison Legal PLLC, provides full service with a focus on high end transactional and litigation work and the practice areas to support it.
We make extensive use of technology to work more closely together, and adopt a collaborative and strategic approach on complex legal issues. We focus on training the highest end attorneys to use business judgment to get deals and litigation done in an efficient, commercial manner.
While we may have the most beautiful headquarters on Gramercy Park of any firm in NYC, our attorneys focus on technology to work as part of cohesive teams, replacing most of our physical infrastructure with technology in a distributed environment. As a result, we work better across offices than traditional law firms are capable of, to increase business efficiency and reduce legal expenses.
Provide legal services for a full due and at a reasonable profit. Treat clients like human beings and build long-term relationships.
We believe in the simple yet powerful idea of putting the client first. We are committed to providing our services in a way that is contextual and that best meets the particular needs of each client. This is what drives us. Clients continually trust our ability to use the right resources at the right time, for the right amount of time. This approach arises from our shared conviction about the respect and care we owe to our clients, employees, and community.
Sterlington advises clients of all sizes, engaged in a wide variety of businesses. We provide counsel to start-up entrepreneurs, manufacturers, service providers, retailers, technology companies, Fortune 500 companies, airlines, hospitality enterprises, financial institutions, real estate concerns, foundations, estates and trusts. Regardless of our client's size or business, Sterlington provides the resources of a large firm with the commitment, hands on service and care typically associated with smaller, boutique law offices.
"We constantly challenge ourselves to go beyond our clients’ expectations."