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Lois (Nuo Jia) L.

Lois (Nuo Jia) Li

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Lois Li is a commercial attorney with extensive experience in business law. She primarily focuses on assisting startup and small businesses. Lois served as an in-house and outside counsel in the past. She has a license to practice law in two countries, including the United States and Canada. Lois is able to assist clients in Chinese and English. She completed a degree in law at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. Lois is currently an attorney at Alpine Law PLLC.
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Bob Schrader, Esq.

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Bob Schrader is an attorney at law who has been practicing law for over three decades. He has been licensed to practice law in Florida. Bob received his J.D. in law from the Nova Southeastern University – Shepard Broad Law Center. He primarily specializes in assisting small businesses and startups with their legal matters. Bob also specializes in immigration law. He founded his own legal firm in June 2007.
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Karen M.

Karen Miller

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Karen Miller, the host of the television show "Legal Hot Seat", has been the Owner of her own Law Firm since 1996, handling cases in Family Law, Criminal Law, Immigration and Crimmigation matters. Her focus is equally divided between legal matters regarding divorce, domestic violence, child support, child custody and family. Karen has been a member of the American Bar Association for 20 years. She obtained her J.D. from the University of West Los Angeles School of Law - West Los Angeles.
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Lauren G.

Lauren Grause

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Lauren is a general civil attorney who advises clients on business and personal matters. She is an analytical thinker who enjoys a creative approach to resolving legal issues and prides herself in providing relatable advice. Her practice includes general business and contract law, estate planning, real estate, contract drafting and negotiation, and commercial and construction defect litigation.
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Ting Tzu (Irena) C.

Ting Tzu (Irena) Chen

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Ting Tzu (Irena) graduated with Master of Laws (LL.M.) from UC Berkeley School of Law with Law & Technology Certificate. Prior to her master's studies, she received Bac... read more
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Malika E.

Malika Ewart

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"I am committed to providing legal for the people, everyday people. Through advocacy- giving voices and representation to small businesses, marginalized groups and the glob... read more
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Nicole F.

Nicole Fink

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Nicole Fink is an Associate Attorney at Foley Law Offices. Previously, she worked as an Associate Attorney for Ramineni Law Associates, LLC. With over 5 years working in the immigration field, her main focus is on immigration law, but she also handles legal matters regarding nonprofit law and family law. She graduated with her J.D. and an Immigration Law Concentration Certification from The New England School of Law in 2015. Nicole has also obtained her MSW in Community Organization.
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Leon M.

Leon Mindin

A civil litigation and family attorney, Leon Mindin is responsible for all litigation functions at his firm including conducting trials, inquests, and depositions, attending court conferences, preparing pleadings, and participating in settlement negotiations. He handles cases related to personal injury, landlords and tenants, consumer debt defense, immigration, and divorce and child custody.
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Casey E.

Casey Eekhoff

Casey Eekhoff grew up on a small family farm in Viborg, South Dakota where she earned an appreciation for hard work and the unexpected twists and turns of living on the pra... read more
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