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Steven S.

Steven Stark

294 reviews
For over 30 years, Steven Stark has offered counsel to non-profit organizations and private companies. He has a passion for helping small businesses in particular since he himself started several businesses of his own in New York and Florida. He understands the importance of small businesses having a reliable attorney to advise them about legal matters from their inception.
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Joshua G.

Joshua Garber

207 reviews
Representing notable clients like Tesla and the City of Los Angeles, Josh Garber excels at helping clients with employment and labor laws. Many of his past clients have had great success using Josh for employment agreements and Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) hearings. With his practical advice, he has even helped clients avoid going to court.
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Richard G.

Richard Gora

157 reviews
Looking for an attorney with experience? Richard Gora is the exact attorney you want. Having defended over 100 cases both in state and federal courts and working with clients from around the globe, Richard has an array of different experiences. His services are wide-ranging and include business litigation, securities litigations, employment litigation, and business counsel. Prior to founding Gora LLC, he worked for Finn, Dixon & Herling LLP for eight years.
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Carrie C.

Carrie Cloud

2 reviews
I’m known for my exceptional work quality, high standards and integrity, and my ability to explain complex concepts to others in a clear manner. I have extensive experience... read more
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Logan P.

Logan Pratt

6 reviews
Logan Pratt is a business attorney. He has a strong background in dealing with cases related to financial legal matters, but is also able to assist with business formation, trademarks, copyrights, employment and real estate matters. Logan has represented numerous clients, including the AAA Auto Club Group and Raytheon Websense. He is licensed to practice law in California and Nevada. Logan is currently a general counsel at Caring Places Management.
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Jason T.

Jason Teele

I am a senior legal practitioner and commercial litigator with 17 years of experience successfully representing a broad range of clients in financial restructuring, commerc... read more
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Imtiaz S.

Imtiaz Siddiqui

2 reviews
After graduating from Tulane Law School, I started my career as an attorney in New York City litigating antitrust and securities and financial fraud cases for a decade. ... read more
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Robert L.

Robert Linch

Since 2015, Robert has worked as a solo practitioner offering small and medium sized businesses legal services including transaction matters, general counsel services, and business litigation. Rob has played a key role in the planning, incorporation, launch, and development of a successful startup company where he continues to serve as the chief legal counsel.
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Rocco C.

Rocco Cozza

4 reviews
Rocco Cozza has been licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania for more than 14 years. He often assists startup companies in dealing with legal matters related to business formation, but he also has experience in contract drafting, employment law, intellectual property law and commercial transactions. Rocco attended the Duquesne University School of Law. He started his own law firm, the Law Office of Rocco E Cozza, in 2013.
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Richard H.

Richard Harris

3 reviews
Richard Harris is a litigation attorney that primarily focuses on commercial law, business law and construction law. He has more than 20 years of experience. Richard obtained a Juris Doctor degree from the Cornell Law School, where he graduated magna cum laude. He represents clients of all sizes, including startups and Fortune 500 companies. Richard holds a license to practice law in Colorado and Oklahoma. He is currently a partner in a legal firm that was founded in 2015.
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