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Robert F.

Robert Fojo

2 reviews
Robert helps clients with business and commercial transactions, civil litigation, and complex dispute resolution. He helps small-to-medium size privately-held businesses, venture investors, and entrepreneurs with cost-effective legal solutions. He also helps businesses defend themselves when lawsuits are filed against them and prosecute their own lawsuits when they have been wronged.
Terry W.

Terry White

2 reviews
Terry White is a transactional attorney with more than a decade of experience. He has represented Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, International Firearms Consultants and many other high-stake clients. Terry also has extensive experience with commercial contracts, as well as with legal research and writing. He is licensed to offer his legal services to corporate clients in New Hampshire. Terry has been acting as a solo attorney since 2006.
Evelyn U.

Evelyn Ufomadu

2 reviews
I focus on providing legal/paralegal services to individuals, lawyers, and businesses, even though I am an Alabama licensed attorney). I have a various exposure and expert... read more
Laurel S.

Laurel Scott

2 reviews
I have had a successful immigration law practice for over 16 years, focusing on waivers of inadmissibility. I have been a frequent lecturer at continuing legal education co... read more
Robert B.

Robert Baker

2 reviews
I'm a startup and M&A lawyer who advises founders and other business owners on a range of issues important to them. I manage a law firm which emulates our ideal client ... read more
Robert L.

Robert Levine

Robert Levine has over 30 years of experience as a lawyer with 10 of those years being in-house counsel in real estate construction. As an expert legal advisor for business compliance, Robert Levine has helped the formation and business practices of a country club, golf resort, residential/commercial subdivision development, and water services utility. Presenting development plans to zoning boards and the Attorney General’s Office, Robert Levine has an excellent record of meeting project needs.
Heather M.

Heather Melito-Dezan

Heather Melito-Dezan is a corporate attorney with over 13 years of experience. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and is also a member of the Federal District Court in Massachusetts. Heather has a Juris Doctor degree in law, which she obtained from the New England Law University. She is experienced in real estate law, business formation, securities and finances, as well as legal research and writing. Heather has been running her own legal firm since July 2017.
Israel P.

Israel Piedra

Israel Piedra specializes in legal writing and research. He is currently working as an associate attorney at Welts, White & Fontaine, but have worked with numerous other firms, such as Sulloway & Hollis and the United States Court of Appeals. Israel obtained a Doctor of Law degree in 2015 at Boston College Law School. He also holds a B.A. in political science and government. While attending Boston College, Israel was the senior editor of their environmental affairs law review.
Casey V.

Casey Vaughn

Before moving her focus to individual clients, Casey worked for Sullivan & Cromwell LLP's New York office. She was an excellent litigator there and was even the Senior Attorney on many cases. Her specialties include securities regulation, compliance, and best market practices for investment firms, family offices, small businesses, individual investors and traders. Casey studied at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University and graduated in 2010 with a Doctor of Law degree.
Ross W. F.

Ross W. Fishbein

Ross W. Fishbein is a contract attorney with more than seven years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Ross obtained his Juris Doctor degree in law after he graduated from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. He has represented numerous clients and has worked on over 3000 commercial contracts. Ross has been a senior counselor at Sprinklr, Inc. since June 2015.

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