It is safe to say that, at Meissner Tierney, there is no “typical” client. Most generally, we are associated with our “go-to” reputation in the business community because we commonly represent closely held businesses ranging from multi-million dollar corporations to small “mom and pop” and start-up companies across a wide-range of industries. While we take great pride in this reputation, it does not entirely define our practice.
At the end of the day, we recognize that, above all else, we represent people. This is true even in the most-literal sense, as, more often than not, we represent not only the closely held business itself, but also its owners in their individual capacity. The relationships that are forged through these representations allow us the opportunity to counsel our clients on the most-important decisions in their lives—whether relating to business or personal issues. This is incredibly humbling, and something we take very seriously.