Prior to the construction and most recent upgrading of the 108-year-old building that the Abrams Landau law firm calls “home,” the staff enjoyed supper catered by California Tortilla to celebrate another successful year of helping injured and disabled people from all over the country. The Abrams Landau team had just gone through two days of special computer training in an effort to upgrade the paperless systems intended to make assisting clients more efficient and less expensive. The Herndon law firm prides itself in investing in the education of staff, improvements in technology and the building the firm has owned since 1999.
In addition to regular staff members, one of the firm’s paralegals Kristin Tanzi was flown in for special computer training with the East Coast personnel. Shown around the table are (from R-L): Lisa Goldman, Stephanie Yoon, Melissa Landau, Doug Landau, Arturo Vargas, Barbara Waldman, Kristin Tanzi, Dianna Meredith, Beatriz Vargas, Nicolle Herrera and Diane Norman. Many Abrams Landau clients have benefitted from Ms. Waldman’s posts and other writings on our websites and Ms. Norman’s husband Jim, a retired Navy JAG officer, assists our team with mock trials. For 2018, the “law shop” will have an upgraded look, the emails and filing will no longer be based in our old database software, and it is hoped that clients will see their questions being answered and their cases won efficiently and economically.