Ans: We serve mid-size and smaller businesses from Boardroom to Courtroom, with a combination of modern flare and time-tested foundations, of legal acumen and business experience. Most of our clients are on the First Coast, but we represent companies far and wide that have business interest in Florida.
Q 2. What inspired you to (start a new business venture) or (to make significant changes in an existing business)? How did the idea for your business come about?
Ans: I noticed that the law firms in downtown towers did a great job, but focused more on large companies. They were not always as efficient with mid-size or smaller companies. I felt those clients were underserved and I open the Roth Law Firm to help remedy this.
Q 3. What would you say are the top three skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur?
Ans: Every business is different. There is no magic wand and no three skills an entrepreneur must have, any more than there are any they’ll never need.
Q 4. How many hours do you work a day on average?
Ans: Ten or more
Q 5. To what do you most attribute your success?
Ans: Doing a good job for my clients. It’s pretty basic but it always comes back to that. If you’re honest, and do quality work, and work like mad, success will follow.
Q 6. Where you see yourself and your business in 5 – 10 years?
Ans: We will be serving mid-size and smaller businesses from Boardroom to Courtroom, with a combination of modern flare and time-tested foundations, of legal acumen and business experience. Oh, I said that already? Well it better still be true. I may have a bigger firm by then, but I will not lose sight of what we’re doing here.
Q 7. Excluding yours, what company or business do you admire the most?
Ans: Corning Glass made the glass for Thomas Edison’s light bulb. Today it makes screens for smart phones. Now that’s keeping up with the times.
Q 8. How important have good employees been to your success?
Ans: Critical but that’s a bad question in a sense. Good employees will thrive in a good environment created in part by management. There is no us against them, no barrier between founders and employees, or anything of the sort.
Q 9. What motivates you?
Ans: Law with a capital L. I still believe in it.
Q 10. How do you generate new ideas?
Ans: By being curious. Ideas can come from the most unexpected of places.
Q 11. How do you define success?
Ans: When a client is better off for having walked through our doors.
Q 12. What is your favorite aspect of being an entrepreneur?
Ans: Being able to decide how to best help my clients without being handcuffed by the “that’s how it’s always been done”crowd.
Q 13. What has been your most satisfying moment in business?
Ans: Having a client tell me that they can actually understand the whole contract I wrote. It was the first time in their business they understood everything in the contract.
Q 14. If you had the chance to start your career over again, what would you do differently?
Ans: Unless you have a crystal ball to tell me where I’d be today had I done this or that differently, I have to answer, nothing. Why ruin a good thing?
Q 15. If you could talk to one person from history, who would it be and why?
Ans: Chief Justice Marshall, who lead the U.S. Supreme Court from 1801 to 1835. He made the Court into what it is today. How would he look at our modern jurisprudence?
Q 16. Who has been your greatest inspiration?
Ans: My grandfather, a judge himself. He was most admired for always making sure everyone had a fair hearing. As an attorney, I do all I can to make sure my clients get that very same thing from our Bench.
Q 17. How can you prevent mistakes or do damage control?
Ans: You cannot prevent all mistakes. Try and catch them early, don’t play the blame game, and go about fixing them. They can pretty much all be fixed.
Q 18. What makes you happy?
Ans: My wife. Corny, perhaps, but true every day.
Q 19. What sacrifices have you had to make to be a successful entrepreneur?
Ans: Dedication to the business means letting go of other things. Three-day weekends have replaced real vacations. Things like that.
Company Detail :
Company : Roth Law Firm
Address : 6100 Greenland Rd, Suite 604
City : Jacksonville
State : FL
Zip : 32258
Phone : 904-595-7900
Fax : 904-373-5626
Email : email@example.com