Goldberg Segalla wants attorneys with giant books of business, but they better not have an ego to match. Richard Cohen, managing partner of the Buffalo, N.Y., firm said that Goldberg Segalla has grown from seven to 110 litigators in the past nine years under the guiding philosophy that no single attorney is better than the firm as a whole. He learned from experience. He started his career at WolfBlock and worked at Buffalo’s Saperston & Day before helping found Goldberg Segalla in 2001. Both of his old firms are gone, largely, he said, because they lacked cohesiveness. “They were broken,” he said.
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