It is often not ignorance that gets us into trouble, but the things we know that just aren’t so. Perception can be accurate; though not always, especially when situations subtly mutate over time. Changed opinions should accompany changed circumstances. This, however, requires seeing the situation as it actually is. And long-held perceptions can hinder our ability to discern new realities. Hard data may therefore be required to change minds, if not hearts.

Boutique powerhouse Keesal, Young, & Logan has witnessed many shifts in the legal landscape over its 45-year history. The firm has five offices, in Long Beach and San Francisco, Calif., Seattle, Anchorage and Hong Kong.

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