Learning curves can be painful, for the attorney and for the client. It can be equally painful for an attorney to get to the point at which he or she imagines that there is nothing more to learn, because that is never the case. Most every significant matter we handle — whether on the transactional or the litigation side of the firm — is different in major respects from the work we have done for other clients, and so there is almost always a need to take a fresh look and develop new information and strategies. But our attorneys have accumulated a great deal of specific business and industry expertise, and that knowledge provides enormous value to our clients. Our attorneys know a lot about many different industries. And we're learning about new ones all the time.