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Joshua G.

Joshua Garber

256 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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Thomas B.

Thomas Bark

395 reviews
Thomas Bark is a Partner at Jones Bay working with startups, but he can also handle legal matters for large companies. Previously, he has worked for two top international law firms for some 25 years - some of his experience includes working abroad.. His practice extends to corporate law and commercial contracts, with a particular emphasis in VC finance, M&A, lending, employment, joint ventures and technology issues. He attended The University of Virginia School of Law.
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Seth W.

Seth Wiener

883 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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Ian L.

Ian Luthringer

Ian founded Luthringer Law, a virtual boutique firm that focuses on providing services to startups, existing businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs in the technology, real estate, retail, and service industries. He previously worked at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, a prestigious national law firm where he managed an extensive portfolio of matters on behalf of some of the world's largest companies.
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Isabel Y.

Isabel Yague

2 reviews
Isabel Yague is a business and franchise law attorney with extensive experience in both corporate counsel and law firm positions in the U.S. and Spain.Over her legal career... read more
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Evelyn S.

Evelyn Suero

2 reviews
Prior to establishing Suero Law, Evelyn Suero worked as an attorney at a tax and international business law firm. At Suero Law, Evelyn addresses the legal needs of startups... read more
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Cameron P.

Cameron Pariseau

Cameron is an experienced business transactions and healthcare attorney with in-house and law firm experience. She has worked with startups and institutions with corporate strategy, legal advice, contract drafting, negotiation, and regulatory compliance. Her clients work in a variety of industries including healthcare, hospitality, and professional services.
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Bob S.

Bob Schrader, Esq.

49 reviews
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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Dror L.

Dror Lewy

Dror Lewy has been practicing law for over 12 years and previously worked at Patterson Lewy, LLC. He is currently an Accountant Intern for the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. His focuses include dispute resolution counseling, case assessment, document review, personal agency and legal couching. Lewy has received the Army Commendation Medal twice and the Attorney General Recognition Pin once. He obtained his J.D. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2003.
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Christopher B.

Christopher Brochu

2 reviews
Chris has litigation and in-house compliance experience in several legal areas, including, corporate compliance, insurance coverage, insurance defense, business litigation,... read more
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