- Firm Name & Slogan: Sekhon & O’Bryant, A Professional Law Corporation. Local Attorneys, Local Needs, Local Solutions
- Location: 1300 W. Lodi Avenue, Suite K, Lodi, California 95242. 25 miles south of Sacramento, 15 miles north of Stockton, 65 miles northeast of San Jose, and 75 miles east of San Francisco.
- What does your firm do? Sekhon & O’Bryant is a newly established law firm in Lodi, CA, focusing its practice on the needs of the people of the Central Valley and Bay Area. Our practices areas include business formation and intellectual property; debtor/creditor rights; commercial, estate, and contract litigation; and estate formation and administration.
- How did your firm start and how did it grow? The members of Sekhon & O’Bryant met while attending law school at the University of the Pacific—McGeorge School of Law, after law school each member practiced in diverse areas of law before reconnecting to bring their experiences together to create a comprehensive law firm that can serve a wide array of legal needs and is committed to client satisfaction. The idea to establish a firm of our own really came together over numerous rounds of golf and weekend BBQ’s.
- How did you do things before PracticePanther and how has PracticePanther helped today? Prior to purchasing Practice Panther our firm considered several other legal software programs. However, these other programs were twice as expensive and offered only one-half of the features and options of Practice Panther.
- What is your favorite thing about PracticePanther? The integration of “Box” for cloud based document storage is nearly flawless. Box and Practice Panther work together so seamlessly that our firm could not imagine using any other billing program or document storage provider.
- What is one piece of advice you would offer other lawyers in your industry? Make sure to communicate with your Clients. This includes status updates, letters, emails, and returning phone calls. Many attorneys will avoid speaking with clients because they do not want to address difficult issues. Clients may not like the truth, but they certainly deserve to be informed of the truth in a timely manner. Uncertainty and silence speaks volumes to the client.