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A Message from Brian H. Rolfe

The past few months have reminded me of what a wonderful group of people we have that work at and are associated with Kemp Klein. Our first charity golf outing was a resounding success with special thanks and gratitude to our clients, friends, and vendors as well as hardworking Kemp Klein team members. In addition to their efforts at the golf outing, our attorneys and staff have been out in the community doing a variety of interesting and impactful things. Whether they’re donating meals, writing books, supporting a national stage production, or winning top awards, these folks make us all proud to be part of the Kemp Klein team.

 


 

A Message from Brian H. Rolfe

I hope everyone is having a safe and relaxing summer. As usual, it has been busy around the Kemp Klein offices. Please help me welcome two attorneys who joined the firm this month: William E. Haines II and Neal Nusholtz. I would also like to congratulate Joseph P. Buttiglieri, Alan A. May and Ron Nixon on their recent court victories and accomplishments.
 
In this issue of the Commentator, we highlight our Alternative Dispute Resolution practice. This area of the law continues to heat up as clients increasingly choose to manage disputes outside of court. Our mediators are highly skilled and have excellent reputations in the courtroom setting as well as the ADR arena.
 
There are many great things happening at Kemp Klein this summer and we plan to continue this momentum throughout the rest of the year.

 


 

Remembering George W.Gregory

Sadly, Kemp Klein is starting off the year with an unexpected loss.  Our friend and shareholder, George Gregory, passed away very suddenly on Tuesday, January 4th.  

The reactions to George’s passing from his colleagues here at the office were all very similar.  It was said repeatedly that George was a good lawyer, a good man, and was kind and generous with his time and talent.  He was a hard worker, but never too busy to discuss an issue and offer excellent legal advice. On a personal level, George was always interested in the lives and families of everyone here at our office. He spoke of his wife, Lorraine, son, Frederick (“Eric”), and granddaughter, Rosalind, often and with pride. 

If there is any positive to be found in this news, it is that George was doing work that he loved for many years, although too few, through the end of his life. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army.  After his military service, George attended college, earned his CPA in 1976 and subsequently went on to law school, starting his legal career in 1980. He had a wealth of knowledge and experience that will very much be missed, but not nearly as much as his larger than life, friendly personality.
 

Due to the intensity of COVID cases, a memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.