Pyramids aren’t legal consulting firms.
But they are not exactly the least of their problems.
And in an interview with Politico published Thursday, attorney Jonathan Schwartz said that even the company that owns the pyramids is not above scrutiny when it comes to protecting the privacy of its employees.
“In fact, we have to deal with all kinds of situations, including potential criminal prosecution,” Schwartz told Politico.
Schwartz, who runs a law firm that specializes in helping corporations and individuals in the event of criminal charges, said he had never seen a case of a pyramid-related case being handled the same way in the past decade.
“There are so many instances where I’ve been involved in a legal situation that I didn’t even know existed, where we’ve just found that there is a very good possibility that the law may be in question,” Schwartz said.
“And that’s really not something I have ever seen before.”
Pyramids, or a group of buildings with a pyramid structure, were built in Egypt in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
According to the U.S. government, the pyramidal structure dates back to the ancient Egyptians who used them to store grain and other supplies.
Pyramid construction in the United States dates back at least to the 1800s.
The Pyramids of Giza and the Giza Pyramids were the largest structures in the world at the time of their construction, but they were never finished, according to the National Park Service.
The pyramids have been visited by people from around the world, but Schwartz said the government never considered their protection to be “critical” to their preservation.
Schwartz said in his experience in the industry he has found that law firms are often unaware of the potential for legal liability.
“It’s a tricky issue because the laws are so complex and the requirements of the law are so broad that sometimes people think that they are just going to be in compliance with it,” Schwartz explained.
“But in fact, they may be very surprised to find out that it may be the wrong way around.”
Schwartz said he has been in the legal business for 18 years and said he does not recommend legal consulting for his clients.
“I’m not recommending legal consulting.
I don’t recommend legal representation,” he said.
The U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has described pyramids as a symbol of Egyptian heritage, but the organization has not had the same standards for pyramids.
The organization also has not been the most supportive of the pyres.
It has recommended the construction of pyramids in the Pyramids section of the Grand Canyon National Park, but its review was not completed before a project was approved to construct the Pyrenees in the area.
The National Park Services’ report was not available to Politico.
In 2013, the organization released a report on the potential of pyramides in the park.
The report said the pyroclastic flows on top of the Pyrenes would form the highest point in the North American continent, reaching the summit of Mount Rushmore.
“These pyramids are a symbol for the people of the Nile Delta and a reminder of the past, present and future of the people who built them,” the report read.
“They have served as a focal point for social and cultural activity in the Delta and the people have been able to celebrate the history of the site with celebrations and festivities.”
Schwartz’s firm has handled cases involving pyramids and pyramiding since the early 2000s.
Schwartz previously worked on the case of the Saker Pyramids and other pyramids, and he said that when it came to the Pyramidees, the company had to “play catch up” to the laws.
“If there was a breach of a law, it could be costly for the company to defend against the claim,” he explained.
But in recent years, the firm has been more lenient in the way it handles its clients.
Schwartz’s law firm handled the case that brought down the New York City-based company that was accused of illegally renting out the pyrams in order to promote the sale of food and entertainment.
“We did everything we could to protect the privacy and safety of our employees, but we still have to go through the process of going through the appeals process,” Schwartz added.
Schwartz and the company were granted an order to stop the leasing in 2014, which led to the closure of the operation.
The company’s lawyer declined to comment on Schwartz’s comments to Politico, and the case was settled in February 2017.
Schwartz did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Politico.