...our pledge to you is to deliver practical, cost-effective solutions...
The partners of Lamb & Kawakami LLP met over twenty-five years ago as young attorneys at the Los Angeles office of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, at the time the world’s second largest law firm.
Subsequently, Kevin J. Lamb and Thomas T. Kawakami founded Lamb & Kawakami LLP based on their desire to create a full-service boutique law firm capable of delivering large law firm representation at substantially reduced overall fees compared to the large firms. Patrick L. Rendon has since joined the firm to lead its construction, environmental, and litigation practice and was instrumental in qualifying our firm as a member of the California Minority Counsel Program. Most importantly, seasoned experienced lawyers perform the actual work on client matters. Practically speaking, this translates to substantial savings in both time and money.
When you entrust us with your legal matters, our pledge to you is to deliver practical, cost-effective solutions beneficial to you on all fronts.
...we have a team-approach with our clients based on mutual respect and trust...
Our attorneys strongly believe in providing our clients with innovative legal services and recognize that the practice of law is a service industry. Our primary goal is to respond to your needs by providing quality legal services of the highest standard in a creative and cost-effective manner. On a personal level, managing an ongoing business has provided us first-hand understanding of its challenges and rewards and heightened our sensitivity to the needs of our clients, whether a Fortune 500 company or a start-up.
Our attorneys are highly regarded for their legal and intellectual ability, business judgment, and creative yet practical approach to legal planning and problem-solving.
We foster long-term relationships with our clients and our team approach is based on mutual respect and trust. We are proud of the fact that in this highly competitive legal market, our clients continue to entrust us with their new matters.