I worked opposite Mr. Gall on a stock/goodwill retirement buyout. He took the time to listen to my proposed reformulation of the transition, one that would save my client a significant amount in taxes. He took the time to listen and ask questions, and then ended up recommending my approach and revising his own documents (and the previous advise he had given to his client). He also provided me some insights I had not considered in my approach, and I ended up recommending to my own client the revisions incorporating these insights. Attorneys need to keep learning and adapting to best serve their clients, and Mr. Gall is certainly one of those attorneys.
Robert Olson Mergers and acquisitions Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter