I have known Michele Madera, a partner at Klasko Immigration Law, since she was a new associate. She was always incredibly smart and competent at helping her multinational corporate clients solve their immigration matters—but there was something else that I liked so much about her. She literally always had a smile on her face, was incredibly welcoming and just a pleasure to be around. Clients, no doubt, loved working with her.
What I did not realize at the time, was that she was a born business developer. Since moving to Philadelphia just six years ago, she has built her book of business to seven figures (!!!)—helping companies in such fields as telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and financial services administer successful programs to hire and retain skilled workers from abroad in full compliance with immigration laws. She attributes her success, very humbly, as due to “her understanding of how to balance the needs of her employer client, with the needs of the employee/foreign national and always remembering that “great legal work coupled with outstanding service, will result in more work.”
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