Rimon awarded for its innovation by both the Financial Times and American Bar Association Journal
Innovation September 12, 2012
Rimon continues to receive recognition from the top levels of the legal world, and we continue to grow in new and exciting directions.
This autumn, we were honored by both the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers 2012 list as well as the American Bar Association’s official publication, the ABA Journal, as one of their top 10 “Legal Rebels.” The Legal Rebels Award is granted by the Journal’s editors to innovators who demonstrate a clear vision of the legal profession’s future, and who are implementing new ways to practice law and represent clients. The Financial Times Innovative Lawyers 2012 report honors “law firms that are bringing fresh thinking and practices to solving business problems in America.”
The ABA story highlighted two of our defining characteristics, calling Rimon: “a high-tech, no- pomp practice.” The profile notes Rimon’s success in bringing about the “removal of unnecessary bureaucracy, politics and inefficiency” that exert negative pressures on attorney billing practices. By removing these pressures, attorneys can instead focus on providing excellent and cost-effective legal services.
The Financial Times applauded Rimon’s use of cloud technology to produce top-tier work across its ten offices.