Rostam law is a virtual general practice law firm. This means we provide experienced attorneys that fit most legal needs without the unwanted accouterments of traditional law firms. Specifically, we do not provide our attorneys with mandatory salaries and offices. Instead, our attorneys work remotely or at the client's office, and are only paid when actually providing legal services. This is a manifestation of our dedication to a lean structure.
Rostam's knack for technology also allows us to be client focused. Rostam provides our clients with, the option, to use a "cloud based" portal to access their documents at anytime, wherever they have internet access. Rostam's use of the cloud is a prime example of how leveraging technology can improve sustainability while enhancing client satisfaction.
Rostam understands that each business and individual's legal needs are distinct. Therefore, it is not enough to simply provide an experienced attorney; let Rostam use its knowledge to bring predictability to your budget. Rostam encourages alternative fee arrangements, and creates custom arrangements tailored to each client's circumstances.
Finally, as lawyers we understand that we have a heightened duty to Charity and the Environment. In an effort to fulfill these duties, Rostam donates 10% of its profits to reputable charities.
445 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 2700
Rostam Law - Eastern Headquarters
3 Bethesda Metro Center, Suite 70
Rethinking Legal Services
We have experienced lawyers to cover each of the below specialties:
- Corporate Formation
- Small to Mid-size Mergers and Acquisitions
- Employment Law and Defense
- Start-ups and Financing
- Intellectual Property Litigation
- Intellectual Property Procurement
- Technology Licensing
- Tax & Estate Planning
- Trusts & Wills
- Corporate and Business Tax
Carlos De La Paz
Carlos has sought out intellectually challenging activities prior to graduating law school at the University of Illinois. As an accountant, he worked closely with casinos auditing their financial statements and ensuring their compliance with various gaming regulations. "One mistake can easily materially affect the operations of your casino clients, and in effect, thousands of jobs," he explains.
After graduating law school with honors, Carlos immediately began his legal career with the boutique litigation firm MoloLamken in New York City. He gained extensive experience with commercial litigation, corporate internal investigations, and complex e-discovery matters. His experience working with current technological trends and contract attorneys has shaped his ideology for the future of the legal industry.
Carlos now resides in Southern California managing the Rostam West Coast headquarters. He spends most of his free time honing his surfing skills and spending time with his wife and daughter.
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