Ramsden, Marfice, Ealy & Harris, LLP represents businesses and business people throughout Idaho and Washington. Our lawyers are recognized as being among the best in each of our areas of practice. We believe this reputation has been built on the foundation of professionalism, experience, and a commitment to quality service.
Many of our cases are referred by other attorneys. Through years of experience, we have become familiar with the many reasons, both legal and practical, that compel attorneys to refer cases. These may include the following:
- The referring attorney recognizes the need for local counsel with knowledge of judges, plaintiffs' attorneys, or other aspects unique to the geographic area in which the case will be heard.
- The referring attorney is not interested in trying cases.
- The complexity or time-consuming nature of the case mandates that the originating attorney refers it to a firm capable of handling the volume of expected work.
- Conflicts of interest prevent attorneys from handling matters themselves, thus making case referrals to other counsel necessary.
- An opportunity for co-counsel representation may arise in cases where there are multiple defendants and a conflict facilitates a referral.
- For financial, personal, or other non-legal reasons, the referring attorney simply does not wish to represent the client.
We are not only accomplished litigators with the skill, experience, and tenacity required to win complex cases, but we are experienced in taking referred cases and working them up for trial.
If you have a complex case and need to refer it or engage co-counsel or local counsel, contact Ramsden, Marfice, Ealy & Harris, LLP.