Chandler lawyer marks his firm's first anniversary | Business … – Chandler Arizonan

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Updated: November 12, 2023 @ 4:28 pm
Chandler attorney Ben Gottlieb is flanked by his employees at Gottlieb Law.
(Special to the Arizonan)

Chandler attorney Ben Gottlieb is flanked by his employees at Gottlieb Law.
(Special to the Arizonan)
Chandler real estate attorney Ben Gottlieb is celebrating the first anniversary of his law firm.
His 12-person Gottlieb Law is thriving a year after his previous firm, MacQueen and Gottlieb, broke up.
“The firm still has all the people it started with – although we have also added a few new faces,” he said. “I think a lot of that can be attributed to finding attorneys and staff who share the same values and outlook on what comprises a great work environment.”
The firm employs a hybrid work environment, with the physical office located in the heart of the Biltmore area at Camelback and 24th Street in Phoenix.
“In our industry we can get the work done remotely, but there is no substitute for being in the same room together, bouncing ideas and strategies off each other to find the best solutions for our clients,” Gottlieb said.
Gottlieb founded the firm with three other attorneys – founded with three attorneys in addition to Gottlieb: Joshua Perlman, Tony Salvatore and Amy Wilson.
“From the first day I started at Gottlieb Law, Ben treated me like an equal, as he does for all the attorneys and staff who work here,” Salvatore said.
“It’s an environment in which you are able to ask questions without fear that people are busier judging you than they are interested in giving you any help, and that is a really welcome change that helped me grow professionally,” Salvatore added. “It also leads to better counsel for the firm’s clients.”
Wilson said, “Ben’s leadership style is to treat everyone with respect, approach work in a collaborative manner, offer advice or guidance when asked, empower each person to take ownership of their work.” 
Perlman said, “I appreciate most the collaborative atmosphere of the firm.” 
The firm added a fifth attorney, Anne Orcutt, in August. The support staff includes office manager Kate Martinez, legal assistant Jessica Reeves, law clerk Max Hardt. Also part of the team are accounting manager Jacqueline Gottlieb and receptionist/legal secretaries Heather Koehn and Tami Robinson.
At age 38, Gottlieb has racked up accolades.
He has been selected to the Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for the past seven years, a designation given to no more than 2.5 percent of the attorneys in any practice area. He also made the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona list since 2020 and the Best Lawyers List (2023-2024).
And he has worked with a number of clients to consummate purchases and sales of commercial real estate property while representing individuals and companies in a wide variety of real estate cases.
“I’ve enjoyed the challenge and hard work that comes with working at a top tier real estate firm,” Gottlieb said. “The big trials, the complex real estate transactions, the appellate cases with everything on the line – those are the things that get my juices flowing.”
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