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I was and am currently a client of Taylor Young. He has represented me on multiple appeals cases, which is one of his specialties. His understanding of the law and quality of work is peerless. Performs thorough research. Listens to the client and integrates suggestions intelligently and appropriately. Will offer an honest and accurate assessment of options so you are not left hanging, improving odds of success. Pricing is fair, are good people, which is unusual for a lawyer. Taylor even came to my house to pick up documents! How many attorneys do you know who would do that? Would highly recommend.
Mr. Young was very knowledgeable, helpful and responsive even at odd hours in the days leading up to and following hearing. He is very good at explaining procedure which allowed me to understand processes much better than I was able to on my own. I would highly recommend Taylor to anyone seeking representation.
Taylor Young failed to provide the summary for which he was retained in the time frame agreed upon. Taylor Young asked for and received numerous extensions after missing his first of 5 deadlines. The last extension expired some time ago and I still have not received the summary for which he was retained. However he was able to produce his bill in a timely fashion. Oddly enough his bill far far far and away exceeded his initial estimate, yet still noticeably absent was any substantive proof any work had been completed. If it's important to have a reliable attorney, one able to comprehend complex cases and meet deadlines, Taylor Young of Mandel Young is NOT your man.
I have known Taylor for the better part of 15 years. He is knowledgeable and thoughtful. He understands litigation and the need for effective appellate representation. He is a whiz with Special Actions...which means that he can turn work product around quickly and effectively. The quality I admire most is his ability to spot decent issues. Every trial has appealable issues...but choosing the ones that will get a substantive appellate ruling is key.