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Richard G.

Richard Gora

157 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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Conor T.

Conor Teevan

144 reviews
Top-tier talent shouldn’t have to come with a top-tier fee. This is why Conor Teevan combines his top-tier expertise (Yale undergrad, Stanford Law) with affordability. Conor has represented Silicon Valley startups, real estate investors, artists creating companies, and even a child author in need of a book deal. Conor himself started a real estate company with holdings in five states.
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Seth W.

Seth Wiener

681 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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Dan B.

Dan Blomgren

13 reviews
Dan Blomgren co-founded Ceopio Legal with a simple objective: help small business and startups at all stages of their growth. He helps these business with all different types of legal needs including financing, operations, disputes, and entity formations. His passion for helping small businesses stems from his own business experience when he started a small catering business as a college student.
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Bennett Y.

Bennett Yankowitz

Bennett Yankowitz runs a different kind of law firm. eGeneral Counsel, which he founded, offers cost-effective legal counsel that is entirely web-based. By doing away with the costs of having a brick-and-mortar location, Bennett is able to pass savings on to his clients. The firm draws on a network of independent attorneys and boutique firms.
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Travis G.

Travis Guevara Kasper

3 reviews
Creativity is important in tax and estate planning and no one knows that better than Travis Guevara Kasper. Mr. Guevara Kasper helps both businesses and individuals with their tax and estate planning needs by providing a tailored experience for each entity. He understands that everyone's financial situation is unique and he approaches it that way. He can also help with general business issues as well.
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Ashitha B.

Ashitha Bhagwan

Ashitha is a corporate attorney in the Bay Area representing individual entrepreneurs, small to mid-sized companies, and startups located in the US and overseas. She provides legal advice on corporate and technology related issues. Ashitha can help with a range of business-related matters from entity formations to overseas companies looking to break into the US market.
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Curtis R.

Curtis Roberts

2 reviews
Curtis Roberts is the proud owner of My Start-Up lawyer. He recently founded the company due to his passion for working with startups and growing business with potential. He was licensed to practice law in California after he obtained his Juris Doctor degree in law from the Pepperdine University School of Law. Curtis has exceptional skills when it comes to legal matters related to business formation, but he is also able to assist with legal obstacles that startup businesses face.
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Eric C.

Eric Chung

10 reviews
Eric Chung has had experience as a General Counsel, chief compliance officer, corporate lawyer, fund-formation lawyer and a real estate lawyer. Eric has worked for companies such as Atmel Corporation and Protiviti Inc. He is currently the Founder of the Officer of Lighthaven Capital Management, LLC - his main focus areas include Corporate Governance and Fundamental Analysis. In 1996, he graduated with his J.D. from the Vanderbilt University Law School.
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Omar N.

Omar Nassar

Sometimes real estate transactions need an expert touch, and that is where Omar Nassar comes in. Mr. Nassar has been involved in the real estate market as an investor, real estate agent, broker, landlord, developer, and an attorney. He has participated in hundreds of real estate transactions and his wide variety of experience is invaluable to many real estate clients.
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