Foster Garvey’s newest attorney, Dan Wadkins, recently spoke with Law360 about his decision to join the firm. Wadkins told Law360 he chose to join the firm because he needed a larger platform to give his technology clients the services that they require as they grow and expand beyond the startup stage.
“It’s a fantastic group of attorneys and everyone I met was just stellar,” he said. “I started to realize that it was a better platform to let my practice flourish and grow. A lot of my clients are starting to mature and need additional expertise and help, so a platform like Foster Garvey is perfect since we have the resources and expertise to give them the help they need.”
Along with his corporate work, Wadkins also spoke with Law360 about his clients in the wine, beer and spirits industry.
“Being the second-largest producer of premium wines in the U.S., Washington’s kind of exploded over the last few decades,” he said. “I have some roots in agriculture, I grew up working in my uncle’s cherry orchard during the harvest season, and so it’s my way of staying connected to my agricultural roots and enjoying this really flourishing industry that’s been such a huge part of the state’s economy.”
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