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Steven S.

Steven Stark

266 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

155 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

194 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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Camille B.

Camille Beshara

An independent and self-motivated legal professional, Camille Beshara has strong contracting experience. She previously worked at 3M Health Care drafting and negotiating health care product sales and distribution contracts. Ms. Beshara specializes in business formation, trademark and copyrights, debt and bankruptcy, mergers and acquisitions, and legal writing.
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J J

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Nicholas B.

Nicholas Burke

Based in San Francisco, Nicholas Burke is a business attorney and civil litigator with expertise in commercial contracts and employment-related legal matters. In addition, he has experience working in real estate litigation and intellectual property among others. While at the University of Oregon School of Law, from where he received his J.D., Nicholas was an associate editor of the Oregon Review of International Law.
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Morvareed S.

Morvareed Salehpour

2 reviews
Morvareed Z. Salehpour specializes in handling a diverse range of complex legal matters both in and outside the courtroom. She is experienced in negotiating a variety of co... read more
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Walker Weitzel

2 reviews
Walker Weitzel is an intellectual property and patent attorney with more than three years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in Washington and is also a member of the Washington Patent Bar. Walker obtained his Juris Doctor degree in law from the Seattle University School of Law. He has been an attorney at Alloy Patent Law since April 2015, and primarily deals with patents and legal cases involving intellectual property law.
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Rhonda M.

Rhonda Mills

Attorney Rhonda Mills is the founder at the Law Office of Rhonda M. Mills, a small law office that focuses on litigation and dispute resolution. Attorney Mills has over 20 years of experience and graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1992. Her practice specializes in the areas of business law, labor and employment law, commercial contracts, mineral rights, oil and gas law, business mergers, formations, and acquisitions. Attorney Mills is focused on winning for her clients.
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Dana B.

Dana Bucy

Dana Bucy has over five years’ experience in the business law field and specializes in areas such as business formation, business operations and trademarks. She is currently an attorney at DM Law LLC and have been approved to practice law in Maryland since 2011. Dana is a member of the Anne Arundel County Bar and the American Bar Associations. She completed her JD in 2011, but also obtained a Master of Laws in 2015 at the University of Baltimore.
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