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Steven S.

Steven Stark

258 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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Richard G.

Richard Gora

153 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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Joshua G.

Joshua Garber

185 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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Andrew M.

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller counsels partnerships, limited liability companies, and other types of enterprises on corporate matters. He has extensive experience in asset- and stock-based transactions, including buy-ins, buy-outs, tax-free mergers, and Code Section 351 transactions. Mr. Miller also counsels borrowers and lenders on business financings and private equity investments.
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Andrew S.

Andrew Sachs

An experienced entrepreneur who understands what it’s like to face outrageous attorney’s fees, Andrew Sachs has dedicated his legal career to finding realistic solutions for his clients. Owner of Sachs Law in lower Manhattan, Sachs represents small businesses on general counsel, start-up, and transactions matters, while his personal law areas center on estate planning, probate and real estate.
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Bryan T.

Bryan Tuk

2 reviews
Bryan Tuk has over 17 years of experience as a corporate attorney. He provides legal services in Pennsylvania and has a J.D. in law, which he obtained after he graduated from the James E. Beasley School of Law. Bryan primarily focuses on commercial contracts, securities and financial matters, but he also has experience with trademark and copyright law. In 2015, Bryan started his own law offices, where he provides legal services as a private practicing attorney.
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Darnell I.

Darnell Ingram

Darnell Ingram is a corporate attorney who has been practicing law for the past 11 years. Darnell is licensed to practice law in multiple states, including Florida and the District of Columbia. He obtained his J.D. Degree in law after his graduation from the Stetson University College of Law. Darnell primarily specializes in drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial contracts. In September 2009, Darnell founded his own legal firm, where he now acts as the principal attorney.
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Stephanie G.

Stephanie Gordon

Stephanie Gordon is a corporate attorney that has recently been licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania. She obtained her J.D. in law from the St. Thomas University School of Law. Stephanie specializes in providing legal assistance to entrepreneurs and startup businesses. She is also exceptionally skilled in dealing with real estate cases, as well as cases related to trademark and copyright law. Stephanie founded her own law firm in 2017.
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Bryan F.

Bryan Fox

Bryan Fox focuses on employment law, litigation, and business laws. In particular, he represents entrepreneurs and small businesses in the Pittsburgh area. His passion is advocating for other people, especially when it comes to difficult legal problems. He constantly seeks to improve himself as a lawyer through innovation and new technology.
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Kyle C.

Kyle Carraro

Kyle Carraro is an attorney at law with more than five years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in New York and obtained a Juris Doctorate degree in law from the City University of New York School of Law. Kyle specializes in labor and employment law primarily. He is also skilled in legal research and writing, and he often works with commercial contracts. Since January 2018, Kyle has been serving as a community legal counselor at the Community Legal Resource Network.
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