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Matthew J.

Matthew Jeziorski

2 reviews
The past Criminal Trial Attorney for the Marion County Public Defender, Matthew Jeziorski is currently working for himself. His practice areas include business law and consultation, criminal law, professional responsibility and employment law. Matthew also has experience working as a Senior Administrator - focusing on the economic development, revitalization of unproductive properties, and entrepreneurial promotion. In 2004, he obtained his J.D. from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
Diane H.

Diane Haag

2 reviews
Diane worked in Brown-Forman Corporation's legal department for three years on matters the company handled such as purchase contracts, international distribution, corporate... read more
Stephen T.

Stephen Trexler

2 reviews
Mr. Trexler has 45 years’ experience practicing corporate and business law. Although he has been a employed General Counsel and EVP for a leading speciality insurer affilia... read more
Matthew R.

Matthew Rust

2 reviews
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Promodha A.

Promodha A

1 review
Susan graduated from UCLA law school and also has a bachelor's degree in physics. Her practice areas include business law and commercial contracts, with a particular emphas... read more
John R.

John Roberts

Johns Roberts is an expert in IP matters. Since 2000, he has helped his clients—individuals, businesses and law firms—with a variety of different intellectual property matters. John also has a unique background which serves him well as a lawyer. Before practicing law, he worked as a product design engineer for General Motors. He has even pursued a patent of his own.
Loren H.

Loren Heger

Loren Heger is VP and General Counsel for FNEX, a private securities marketplace, and also for The Applied Group, a private equity firm. Additionally, he has also worked as a clerk in the office of the Indiana Attorney General, drafting briefs for both the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Indiana.
Andrew H.

Andrew Homan

Andrew Homan is a licensed attorney in the state of Indianapolis. He finished law school at Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He worked as a Legislative Assistant in the U.S. House of Representative in 2007 and was a Deputy State Director for Senator Evan Bayh from 2007-2011. He is an expert in Civil Litigation, compliance to IRS. He practices in all areas of compensation.
Alex V.

Alex Van Gorp

Alex received his Bachelor's Degree with honors and cum laude from Ball State University, where he studied Japanese, Chinese, and environmental policy. He then attended Ind... read more
Breanna S.

Breanna Smith

Purdue University Alumna, Bachelors in Law and Society, minor in Spanish and Organizational Leadership and Supervision. Former Purdue Varsity Women's Track and Filed Captai... read more

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