Richard Stehl, the chairman of Otterbourg, a 50-attorney law firm, speaks to the New York Law Journal about the advantages and challenges of being a smaller law firm in a city where everything is supersized. The Q&A is part of an occasional series that includes the views of Ronald Shechtman of Pryor CashmanCraig Wittlin of Harter Secrest & Emery and David Scherl of Morrison Cohen.

Q: How big is your firm, where is it located and what are its primary areas of practice and focus?

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