To Sad Partings and New Beginnings

CaterpillarSee that Caterpillar truck there.

It’s there for a reason. And not just because this is a construction law blog. But because caterpillars, with a small “c,” change. And there’s been some changes for me.

Today is my first official day at a new law firm – Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard.

Try saying that ten times real fast.

Fortunately for their clients they also go by KMTG. Or you can just call them Kronick. Not to be confused of course with rapper turned big headphone tycoon and, most recently, very rich former rapper and former big headphone tycoon, Dr. Dre’s Chronic.

While I’m excited to be joining Kronick, it was a tough few weeks saying goodbye to my former colleagues, many of whom I call friends, at my previous law firm Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean, also known as WRBD, or just Wendel. You gotta love law firm names.

But as they say, in this book called “Life” there comes a time when you need to move on to the next chapter. And I’m very excited that Kronick is to be that next chapter.

While these are big changes for me you probably won’t notice much of a change on your end. Same me. Same blog. Same long law firm name, albeit a different one.

So, goodbye Wendel.  Thanks for all the years and friendships. And hello Kronick. I’m looking forward to turning the next page.




6 Responses to “To Sad Partings and New Beginnings”

  1. The License Guru

    Congrats and good luck at the new firm Garret. I hope the change came with a pay raise. 🙂

    I was in San Fran last week with my son’s class on a trip to the Exploratorium and I think I saw that law firm and thought… wow… what a name! lol


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