Steven Di Fiore, Chief Operating Officer of Epstein Becker Green, in the firm’s New York office, was quoted in “Law Firms Show Clients They Know Their Business,” by Gayle Cinquegrani. The article appeared in Bloomberg Law's Big Law Business and Daily Labor Report.

Following is an excerpt (see below to download the full article in PDF format):

Law firms are increasingly touting their industry knowledge as well as their legal expertise in hopes of getting new business. The result is more and more firms are forming industry sector groups to complement their practice groups as a means of distinguishing their services and enticing clients. …

Health Care Focus at Epstein Becker Green

Epstein Becker Green is another firm that has a longstanding industry focus. “We were founded on an industry focus, the industry being health care. We’ve always seen it as a differentiator,” Steven Di Fiore, chief operating officer of Epstein Becker Green, told Bloomberg Law.

Of Epstein Becker Green’s 260 lawyers, at least 45 percent work on health care industry matters, Di Fiore said. “We consciously hire people” who have experience in health care, he said.

Epstein Becker Green organizes its legal practices around industries, including the health care, financial services, hospitality, retail, and technology sectors. “You have to know the legal practice area, but you bring it to market along with a deep expertise in that industry,” Di Fiore said.

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