Celebrating 50 Years of Success at Greene, Broillet & Wheeler
As we honor the 50-year legacy of Greene, Broillet & Wheeler (GBW), it's crucial to spotlight one of its key figures, Geoffrey S. Wells. Wells, a partner at GBW since 1992, has been instrumental in shaping the firm's success story. His recent article in "Advocate" magazine, titled "Stability and Consistency: The Core Values of a 50-Year Success Story," offers a deep dive into the firm's philosophy and achievements.
A Legacy of Multimillion-Dollar Verdicts and Settlements
Wells' career is marked by over 250 multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements, showcasing his expertise in handling complex legal actions. His notable cases include the $36.1 million jury verdict in Escamilla v. Durham School Services and the significant settlement in the Santa Monica Farmers Market crash.
Upholding the Principles of Inclusion and Fairness
In his article, Wells highlights the firm's commitment to inclusion and fairness, treating employees with the respect and dignity they deserve. This philosophy has fostered a family-like environment at GBW, where long-term relationships with clients and staff are cherished.
A Focus on Client Wellbeing and Collaborative Success
At GBW, the client's wellbeing is paramount. This approach has cultivated a culture where staff and attorneys work in unison towards the clients' best interests. Wells emphasizes the importance of collaboration over competition, ensuring that every victory is a shared success.
Wells' Distinguished Career and Community Involvement
Beyond his legal prowess, Wells is known for his community involvement and professional associations. He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for several years. His commitment extends to volunteering and supporting various community causes.
As GBW celebrates its golden anniversary, Geoffrey S. Wells stands out as a testament to the firm's enduring values of stability, consistency, and excellence in legal advocacy.