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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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Seth W.

Seth Wiener

592 reviews
As an experienced trial lawyer and litigator, Seth Wiener has resolved numerous federal and state litigations. His cases have included everything from family law to bankruptcy to fraud and more. Before Seth formed his own firm, the Law Office of Seth W. Wiener, he worked for several prominent law offices where he gained a great deal of experience.
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Seth H.

Seth Heyman

145 reviews
Seth Heyman takes the saying, "the devil is in the details" to heart. As a corporate law attorney, he knows that being thorough and detail-oriented is extremely important in transactions and in every agreement. Mr. Heyman has over 20 years of experience with entity formation, advertising law, contracts, regulatory law, international law, and Internet law. He provides practical and cost-effective legal solutions.
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Christopher C.

Christopher Connell

Christopher Connell is a corporate attorney with more than seven years of experience. He specializes in intellectual property law, real estate law, business litigation, bankruptcy and commercial transactions. Christopher is licensed to practice law in Nevada and he obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law. He founded his own law firm, Connell Law, in September 2016, where he now acts as the owner and principal attorney.
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Ann F.

Ann Fromholz

1 review
Ann Fromholz has been a corporate attorney for the past 23 years. She primarily specializes in employment and labor law, with a special focus on providing legal assistance to executives of large corporations. Ann is licensed to provide corporate legal services to clients in California. In 2015, Ann formed her own legal firm, The Fromholz Firm, where she acts as the principal. Prior to this position, Ann was a partner at Jackson Lewis and the vice president of Caesars Entertainment Corporation.
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Brittany T.

Brittany Teal

2 reviews
Brittany Teal is a corporate counselor with almost a decade of experience. She is licensed to practice law in Texas. Brittany has a Juris Doctor degree, which she obtained after graduating from the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. Brittany mainly focuses on drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts. She is also experienced in legal research and writing. Brittany has been the managing attorney of her own legal office since November 2016.
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Randy B.

Randy Berholtz

Randy is a business and legal executive whose career includes 14 years as a senior corporate executive and general counsel to three public life sciences companies and a private group of Chinese and US life science companies. His clientele is as diverse as his expertise, which includes venture capital and technology licensing. Randy has taught several courses in two universities.
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Shara L.

Shara Lerman

Shara founded the Lerman Law Group in 2012 and has represented clients on matters ranging from small local transactions to large international business deals. She is experienced in working with both public and private entities, ranging from entrepreneurs to large multi-national companies. Before establishing her own firm, she practiced at several large law firms.
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Nicole F.

Nicole Fink

1 review
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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Lauren L. W.

Lauren L. Walker

Lauren L. Walker is an attorney at law who has been providing legal services to corporate clients in California for over 13 years. She obtained her degree in law after she graduated from the UCLA Law School. Lauren is exceptionally experienced in legal research and writing, and she often provides her legal assistance to non-profit organizations. Since April 2015, Lauren has been serving as a counselor at the Harmeyer Law Group.
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