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How to handle difficult people? Simple strategies starting with listening and understanding

The ABA’s Law Practice Today offers advice on dealing with difficult people. Matt Potempa explains his top six tips (excerpt): 1. Listen. . . . Try to understand the source of their frustration while avoiding the temptation to interrupt and…

Professional Rating and Review of The Sarnacki Law Firm, 2017 Best Law Firms, Tier 1 ranking

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in America announced that once again, The Sarnacki Law Firm PLC has been selected by its peer-review process for its top “Tier 1” ranking in the 2017 Edition of “Best Law Firms.”…

Review and Rating of David Sarnacki, National League of Renowned Attorneys

The National League of Renowned Attorneys invited David C. Sarnacki of the Sarnacki Law Firm PLC in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to join its ranks. After its Nominating Board “studied [his] credentials and professional accomplishments,” the organization identified Mr. Sarnacki as…

Review and Rating of David Sarnacki, Top One Percent, Divorce, Family Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution

The National Association of Distinguished Counsel selected David Sarnacki of The Sarnacki Law Firm PLC, to the 2016 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent. NADC is an organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal…

Review and Rating of David Sarnacki, Top 100 Lawyers, Divorce and Family Law

The National Advocates invited David Sarnacki of The Sarnacki Law Firm in Grand Rapids to join its “Top 100” as part of a premier group of matrimonial and family attorneys in Michigan. Mr. Sarnacki was recognized for exemplifying “superior qualifications…

Review of David Sarnacki, Grand Rapids Divorce Lawyer, Best Attorneys of America

Review of David Sarnacki, Grand Rapids Divorce Lawyer, Best Attorneys of America

Best Attorneys of America selected David Sarnacki to be a “Best Attorney” Lifetime Charter Member based on his “extraordinary level of legal expertise, competency, professional reputation and ethical standards.” The organization selected and extended invitations to “less than 1% of…