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Samuel Christopher Feinson
Samuel Christopher Feinson
4.5
(2)
210 Polk St Suite 1, Port Townsend
Noter
After growing up in New Hampshire, I attended college in Montreal and graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2012. Never one to settle down for too long, I have lived in five states, the District of Columbia, and three other countries. For the time being, though, I feel immensely lucky to call Port Townsend my home.While I absolutely love to argue in (and out of) court, I am most passionate about working with clients. A lawyer has to be able to explain the legal system, to understand a client's goals, and to approach each problem with the client's interests at the forefront. This is a service industry, and I am proud of my ability to connect with the people I serve.My first love is criminal defense, but I am also available to help people with family law and landlord-tenant issues.
David Lincoln Axelrod
David Lincoln Axelrod
4.5
(2)
6 S Washington St, Sonora
Noter
Attorney DAVID L. AXELROD’s Experience and Background    Occupations:   Attorney at Law  ☻ Musician & Songwriter   ☻ Teacher   Education and Qualifications:                 David L. Axelrod was born in Hollywood, California.  He commenced his lifelong love of music and painting as a youth – Writing songs, playing violin, mandolin, guitar, and harmonica, and working in oils, watercolors, enamels and polyester resins.  As a young adult, he pursued a career in the ceramic and metal arts, earning a livelihood as a working potter, kiln-master, welder, sculptor, and ceramics instructor in Santa Cruz County, San Francisco, and the Netherlands.                David L. Axelrod trained and served as a park ranger and sworn fire fighter from 1974 to 1985 for East Bay Regional Park District.                Later, David L. Axelrod continued in the visual arts, entering the landscaping profession, with an avid sideline in photography.  During the 1980's, he published a humorous newspaper column, a scientific paper, and other writings, as well as some photography.               David L. Axelrod studied and completed coursework in hydrology, sanitary engineering, surveying, oceanology, forestry, and ecology at the University of California, graduating with honors.  He completed graduate study in Natural Resources/ Forestry at Humboldt State University in 1981.               David L. Axelrod earned his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree at the University of California Boalt Hall School of Law in Berkeley, California, in 1988.  While study law at Boalt Hall, he was twice awarded the Robert P. Cowell Labor Law Fellowship, and served as a Delegate to the Graduate Assembly of the University of California at Berkeley, 1987-88.               Upon graduating from law school, David L. Axelrod passed the bar examination on his first attempt, then took employment with the State of California, working as an attorney for the California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) Legal Division, based in Los Angeles, California, from 1988-90.  There, he successfully conducted jury trials in personal injury cases, and also managed personnel, property and environmental matters.  Starting in 1990, David L. Axelrod served as Deputy County Counsel for the County of Tuolumne, based in Sonora, California.  In this capacity, he conducted litigation and provided advice to County agencies and officials.  In so doing, he worked as primary deputy for matters of juvenile dependency and child protection, conservatorship, lease and contract review, personal injury claims, public records, health, welfare, recreation and education law.                  David L. Axelrod entered and founded the Sierra Law Office of David L. Axelrod, where he has practiced trial law in Sonora, California since June, 1990.  He has also taught undergraduates at Columbia College in the Natural Resources Department.                                                                                 David L. Axelrod
Marcia Christina Hansen
Marcia Christina Hansen
4.5
(2)
4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd Suite 470, Coral Gables
Noter
Marcia Giordano Hansen has been a member of the South Florida legal community for the past fifteen years. Her wealth of trial experience and legal expertise was developed through her years as an Assistant Public Defender and Litigator in private practice. As an Assistant Public Defender, Mrs. Hansen personally handled hundreds of cases wherein she represented a broad spectrum of clients accused of criminal defense cases ranging from traffic offenses to murder. She obtained an impressive trial record, while at the same time established solid relationships and earned the respect of various judges, prosecutors, court personnel and members of the defense bar. In private practice, Mrs. Hansen represented large insurance companies such as AIG and American Empire, as well as reputable businesses, such as Del Monte. Additionally, she represented criminal clients accused of committing white collar crimes such as medicare fraud, tax evasion, passport fraud and money laundering. Mrs. Hansen was exposed to protracted litigation, wherein she personally handled the discovery process, depositions, mediations, arbitrations, settlement and trial. Her participation in the South Florida legal community does not stop at the courthouse. She is an avid participating member in the Miami Dade Women’ Chamber of Commerce, The Miami Dade County Bar Association, The Florida Association of Women Lawyers, and Femfessionals. She also donates her time to the Ensuring Equal Justice Initiative spearheaded by the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Office wherein she represents indigent clients on a pro-bono basis.
Jeremy V Reyes
Jeremy V Reyes
4.5
(2)
1652 W Texas St Suite 255, Fairfield
Noter
Housing and Employment Rights I specialize in housing, eviction defense, tenant advocacy, employment rights, wage claims. I am dedicated to representing the underserved and those who seek justice. My zealous advocacy is balanced with compassion to ensure respect and dignity for our clients. **Please note: I do not represent landlords or persons seeking to evict others. I also no longer accept cases involving motor vehicle accidents and personal injuries resulting therefrom.
Peter A. Nelson
Peter A. Nelson
4.5
(2)
2975 Huntington Dr # 101, San Marino
Noter
Peter Nelson handles cases in Landlord & Tenant, Personal Injury and attended California Western School of Law. This attorney has been licensed for 30 years and has an office in San Marino, CA.
Oscar Titus Blasingame
Oscar Titus Blasingame
4.5
(2)
4399 35th St N #1, St. Petersburg
Noter
After graduating from Stetson University's College of Law, Oscar went into private practice where he practiced in various areas of of the law. In 2006 Oscar was commissioned in the US Army Judge Advocate General's Corp. In the JAG Corps he served as a legal assistance attorney, Chief of Client Services in Germany and, Chief of Criminal Justice for the 200th MP Command in Ft. Meade, MD. He represented more than 1000 service members in their divorce and family law matters across multiple jurisdictions as well as representing disabled Soldiers in Social Security Disability cases. A native of St Petersburg, Florida Oscar returned home and founded Blasingame & Associates, PA specializing in representing family law and Social Security Disability clients.  He is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator.
Manuel Alzamora Juarez
Manuel Alzamora Juarez
4.5
(2)
2143 Cedar St, Berkeley
Noter
I enjoy helping my clients resolve their legal problems.  I look for complex cases that challenge my knowledge and skills.  I love dancing and sailing and recently am traveling as a means of relaxation.
Michael David Early
Michael David Early
4.5
(2)
455 Market St, San Francisco
Noter
I am an employment and commercial litigation attorney. My employment practice is focused on wrongful termination, sexual harassment and wage and hour counseling and litigation primarily on behalf of plaintiffs.  In May 2019, I obtained a $5.375 million settlement of a PAGA action on behalf of employees of a subsidiary of Menzies Aviation (Aircraft Service International). Although 75% of all PAGA settlements are required by statute to be paid to the state, the employees received an average payout of nearly $700 per employee. Since there were many employees who were only employed for a month or two, roughly half of the employees received over $1,000, with dozens of employees receiving awards in excess of $1,600.   I also provide counseling and litigation expertise to employers and employees on non-competes and in trade secret disputes related to employee hirings and terminations. My commercial litigation practice is centered on the representation of real estate developers and commercial property owners in contract disputes, business tort claims and unlawful detainer proceedings.
Corinne N Cozort
Corinne N Cozort
4.5
(2)
340 Quadrangle Dr, Bolingbrook
Noter
I practice primarily in civil litigation and have handled cases in several different practice areas including personal injury, property damage, contract, and collection defense. I have experience with cases in counties throughout Illinois, including DuPage, Will, Kane, Cook, Lake, Kendall, Kankakee, McHenry and Winnebago. I graduated in 2011 from DePaul Law School a Juris Doctor and a certificate in international and comparative law. I am active in the community as a member of the Naperville Jaycees. I am on the 2019 Executive Committee of the Naperville Jaycees Last Fling and am the Director of Illinois Miss Amazing. My activities with the Naperville Jaycees include the Board of Directors and Social Committee.
Eric Elliot Ludin
Eric Elliot Ludin
4.5
(2)
5235 16th St N, St. Petersburg
Noter
I am and have always been a very active member in our community serving on multiple boards for not for profit organizations. I am also a father of 2 boys and have been married for over 30 years. When I am not working, I am an avid sailor and have written sailing articles that have been published in national magazines.
Derek W. Chantler
Derek W. Chantler
4.5
(2)
2085 E Bayshore Rd, East Palo Alto
Noter
Dont let all the grey hair fool you.  Im not as senior as a lawyer as I look.  The practice of law is a second career for me but that gives me a greater ability to relate to non-lawyers and real world problems our clients have. My practice focusses on real estate litigation, including landlord-tenant issues and general civil litigation.  Since 2014 I have served as a hearing examiner with the City of East Palo Alto, deciding petitions submitted by residents of the City under the local Rent Stabilzation Ordinance.  I also provide similar services to the City of Alameda based on their own Ordinance. I practice law with my Wife, who is a senior attorney, despite her lack of grey hair.  Discussions are ongoing as to which of us is the senior partner.
Georgine Frances Brave
Georgine Frances Brave
4.5
(2)
402 W Broadway, San Diego
Noter
Georgine Brave is Special Counsel at Antonyan Miranda, LLP with over 34 years of family law litigation experience. Ms. Brave handled over 3,000 cases during her career, and is known as one of the most vigorous family law advocates in San Diego. She volunteered as a Judge Pro Tem in the San Diego Superior Court Family Law Division and served as a Settlement Judge. Ms. Brave is a three time nominee for the San Diego Women Who Mean Business Award. Her talent as a tough adversary and a successful negotiator on family law issues has led her to handle divorces with empathy and compassion. She is skilled at getting to the heart of complicated family law matter, strategizing, executing, and communicating with clients in very clear and understandable fashion. She strives to make the client experience with the legal system easier and less stressful. Prior to joining Antonyan Miranda Ms. Brave was a partner at Brave, Weber & Mack, APLC, which she founded alone in 1984. Ms. Brave is a New York native, and a graduate of USD School of Law. She is Fluent in French and Spanish and can speak intermediate Japanese. Ms. Brave is a recipient of the AIDS Foundation Award through the San Diego Volunteer Lawyers Program where she volunteered legal services to HIV+ patients. Since 1994 she has also been a volunteer with the American Cancer Society’s Reach to Recovery programs.
Mark G. Chalpin
Mark G. Chalpin
4.5
(2)
116 Billingsgate Ln, Gaithersburg
Noter
I put a high priority on communicating with the client.  Not only do I return phone calls and emails promptly, but also I initiate contact to keep them updated and in the loop.  The attorney-client relationship is a team, and it works best where each understands their role and communication lines are open. My rates are quite reasonable because I have a home office and resulting low overhead.  I also am very efficient in my work, which results in a smaller bill for the client.  Law firms typically bill twice as many hours as I do for the same quality work, and their hourly rates are higher to boot.
Rosemary Myers Bowen
Rosemary Myers Bowen
4.5
(2)
585 Research Dr, Athens
Noter
I am a skillful, experienced, and concerned attorney serving individuals and others in the most difficult areas of everyday life: criminal defense, employment and work disputes, consumer protection, family law, and small business issues. My end goal is always the same -- obtaining the best and fairest outcome for every client, and with the least possible drama and expense. Each case is unique with it own particular facts, background story, and legal and practical challenges. And in almost every case, the client's underlying problem and his or her need to deal with the legal system are profoundly stressful experiences, with high stakes and heightened emotions.  I devote myself to each case. I will listen to you and treat you as an individual. And throughout my representation, I will always try to make you aware of the very real consequences of different possible courses of action. I respect each client's need for information and communication, always recognizing that in every case the ultimate decisions, as well as the ultimate practical consequences, belong to the client.
Debby Lin
Debby Lin
4.5
(2)
1629 1/2 N Hacienda Blvd, La Puente
Noter
In addition to Ms. Lin's admission to the State Bar of California, she is also admitted to practice in the Bar of Central District of California.    Ms. Lin's Arcadia-based law firm focuses on family law and unlawful detainers. She has had extensive training and knowledge in domestic violence and sexual assault in the family context. She has also represented litigants in domestic violence and custody hearings. Although her unlawful detainer practice is not solely limited to representing landlords, she has represented landlords in unlawful detainer hearings and successfully evicted the tenants on the landlords' behalves.      Prior to starting her own practice, she worked as a judicial law clerk to Federal Magistrate Judge Peter C. Lewis. She received a distinguished service award upon completion of her clerkship.   Ms. Lin graduated from California Western School of Law in 2011. She received her undergraduate degrees from University of California-Los Angeles where she majored in Economics/International Area Studies and minored in Asian American Studies and French.    Ms. Lin is an active leader in the Asian American community. In her spare time, she engages in Taiwanese American Professional and Asian Professional Exchange events.   Ms. Lin is a 3rd Dan black belt in Taekwondo and she plays the violin.
Celine Abramschmitt
Celine Abramschmitt
4.5
(2)
807 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth
Noter
In the Florida bar since 2007, Celine Abramschmitt, Esq. started her career as a Workers' Compensation Appellate Attorney, then serving as an Assistant Public Defender in Broward County before branching out on her own and opening the doors of private practice.  Abramschmitt Law, PLLC formed in 2012, with an office currently located in Lake Worth, Florida.  However, Ms. Abramschmitt does not limit her services to local clientele only.  Abramschmitt Law, PLLC considers each case individually and can provide legal services throughout Florida.  Set up an appointment for your free consultation and case assessment. It's could be the best legal decision you will ever make.
Bradford A. Pattershall
Bradford A. Pattershall
4.5
(2)
18 Pleasant St #202, Brunswick
Noter
I'm trial attorney based in Brunswick, Maine.  I have a general litigation practice that includes personal injury, insurance-related disputes, and commercial litigation.
Adriane C Jemmott
Adriane C Jemmott
4.5
(2)
419 7th St NW, Washington
Noter
As an undergraduate student Ms. Jemmott became involved in civil and human rights anti-apartheid advocacy initiatives. Upon Graduation, she staffed a National Council of Churches project, "Stand for Truth Until South Africa is Free" - National Lobby Day for Comprehensive Sanctions, 1989 June 16 and on the South African Women's Day Committee. She went on to participate in People to People diplomacy initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean with emphasis on the impact of Structural Adjustment Policies on the lives of women, was involved in organizing local celebrations of International Women's Day and served on the Board of the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Ms. Jemmott interned with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, where she completed the Annual Country Report for Suriname. Ms. Jemmott served as an Electoral Observer for the first Free South African Elections for exiles living in Washington DC, as National Organizer and Board Member of an anti-nuclear policy organization lobbying to redirect federal discretionary budget spending to human needs. Ms. Jemmott was also an electoral observer for elections in Guatemala and served as Coordinator of Volunteers for the 30th Anniversary of the March on Washington.Ms. Jemmott subsequently served as a Research Associate for the Human Radiation Experiments Litigation Project and as an advocate regarding other Environmental Justice issues including coordinating the participation of Environmental Justice advocates in the Environmental Protection Agency's Common Sense Initiative. Ms. Jemmott has extensive e-discovery management experience (including managing a staff of 14 during a year long tobacco trial) and over 20 years of nonprofit board/management experience and experience as a Proposal Grant Reviewer for Leadership for a Changing World, A Ford Foundation Funded Program. Admitted to: the Maryland Bar; U.S., District Court of Maryland; U.S. Supreme Court and the District of Columbia Bar.Specialties:Experiences include: CINA (Child Welfare/Juvenile Law) and Family Law Litigation, Labor and Employment, Environmental Regulations, Business Law (Contract negotiations and settlements, debt relief), Legislative Advocacy, International Law and EEO Mediations.Currently, Ms. Jemmott serves as an Attorney for the Counsel for Child Abuse and Neglect Office in Washington DC, has a Family Law, Elder Law and General Practice and serves as faculty in the University of Phoenix School of Business.
Kathleen A. Jackson
Kathleen A. Jackson
4.5
(2)
38 Mahaiwe St, Great Barrington
Noter
I practice Landlord / Tenant Law, Title IX Representation, Employment Law and select Criminal Cases.   Call me if you are a Landlord or a Tenant that does not know what to do.  I have the answers you need.   If you are victim of Domestic Violence and need a Harassment Order, I can represent you in court get you the protection you need.  I help victims of sexual assault navigate the legal process.     Finally, I represent people who have been wrongfully served with a Harassment Order /Restraining Order and need the Order removed.   I also advise families struggling with severe mental illness and addiction.  Massachusetts has legal remedies when loved ones become a danger to themselves or others.  Call me if you need help navigating this terrain.  Rodger Orders, Section 35 and more.
Julia Thelma Hodges
Julia Thelma Hodges
4.5
(2)
3955 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville
Noter
Julia Hodges is experienced in family law, criminal defense, foreclosure / real estate litigation, probate, and other matters.  With a strong work ethic and dedication to her clients, she works tirelessy to protect and enforce the legal rights of her clients.  She is the author of the book titled - Florida Family Law - Enforcing Your Legal Rights & Rebuilding Your Life.  Ms. Hodes firmly believes in faith, family, service, and justice.  As a lifelong Jacksonville resident, Ms. Hodges enjoys North Florida, its people, and outdoor wonders.  Contact Julia Hodges for advice, guidance, and legal representation. Julia Hodges and the staff at Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. will be On Your Side - At Your Side.  Since 1957, Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. has served the residents of North in a wide variety of legal matters.
Benjamin M Cadranel
Benjamin M Cadranel
4.5
(2)
1008 2nd St, Sacramento
Noter
I am the attorney you look for when you need things done right the first time.  I bring value to my clients with my six years of legal experience and three years of executive level experience in commercial acquisitions, commercial and residential financing, and property management.  My track record demonstrates that with clear communication and preparation I am able to obtain efficient results for my clients on a consistent basis.     Away from the office I am fiercely loyal to my family and friends, including my little chorkie (Chihuahua + Yorkie) named Mitzy. I love to play and watch basketball; any sport for that matter in.  I am an avid chess player and enjoy reading and collecting books in whatever spare time I have.   I also volunteer for Yolo County Court Appointed Special Advocates, a non-profit organization focused on supporting foster children currently under the court's ward.  If you are interested in learning more about how you can help CASA achieve its mission do not hesitate to ask!
Natalia Ouellette
Natalia Ouellette
4.5
(2)
14502 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa
Noter
If you answered yes to any of the below questions, then I am the attorney for you. Do you: Need to quiet title tax deed? Need to negotiate a lien? Need help understanding your contract? Need help buying property? Need to have Certificate of Title issued, get your Foreclosure bid deposit back, someone filed for bankruptcy after your Foreclosure bid, someone objected after your Foreclosure bid, someone appealed after your  Foreclosure bid? Need to get possession after your Certificate of Title was issued? Need to negotiate with association for past owners' dues? Need to get a tenant/person out of your property? Need to rent your property? Need to get access to your land? Need to protect your property if something happens? Need to have your spouse/children sign documents on your behalf? Need to designate a guardian for your children if something happens? Need a land trust/contract/note/mortgage/quit claim deed/release/satisfaction/assignment/modification? Need to create a company? Need to lend your company money? Need to transfer properties to your company? Need to designate a person to sign for your company when you cant? Need to correct an error in your legal description/deed? Need to add someone to your deed? or Need to get your ex off your deed?  Need to sell it/refinance property you've inherited? Want to sell your house and finance the sale? Want to lend money but are not sure how to secure it? Lender forgot to record release/satisfaction?
Lindsay R Hall Harrison
Lindsay R Hall Harrison
4.5
(2)
1330 Palmetto Ave, Winter Park
Noter
I am a former big-bank foreclosure litigation attorney who practiced all over the state of Florida, representing major lenders and servicers such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Chase. I know how challenging it is to deal with the banks and to get results, and bring my insight and knowledge to the defense side and help homeowners every day to make smart and informed choices on selling, modifying, and defending their proprety. Our firm works with a strong team of agents and brokers, investors and asset managers, and title and mortgage agents to bring the most options to our clients in one place.   I bring my experience as a big bank attorney to my clients, always with a warm smile, a kind word, and a returned phone call.
Robert A. Fatini
Robert A. Fatini
4.5
(2)
945 Concord St, Framingham
Noter
17 years of Real Estate experience representing Buyers, Sellers, and Lenders with all aspects of purchases, sales and refinances. Incluidng drafting and negotiating Purchase and Sales agreements and title review.
Judith Delus Montgomery
Judith Delus Montgomery
4.5
(2)
13 Corporate Blvd NE Suite 200, Atlanta
Noter
Judith Delus Montgomery is a West- Indian American Attorney who grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. Judith has always had a desire to protect everyday citizens and ensure that they are aware of their legal rights. Judith has worked both as a prosecutor for the 15th Judicial Circuit in Palm Beach County, Florida, and as an Administrative Hearing Officer for the Georgia Department of Labor. Judith practices in the areas of Family Law, Immigration Law, and Landlord/Tenant Law.   Education Juris Doctorate Thomas M. Cooley School of Law, 2009 Bachelors of Science, Political Science, Education The Florida State University, 2003 Professional & Bar Association Memberships State Bar of Georgia  Member Since: 2012 through present State Bar of Georgia, Young Lawyers Division  Member Since: 2012 through present Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys Member Since: 2012 through present National Association of Professional Women Member Since: 2011 through present
Heather A. Patchen
Heather A. Patchen
4.5
(2)
15165 NW 77th Ave #2005, Miami Lakes
Noter
Licensed to practice in Florida and Colorado, Heather A. Patchen is an attorney with an M.B.A. who devotes her efforts to ensure that her clients’ property investments are well protected. Her law practice, Patchen Law, P.A., focuses on issues involving property with a special emphasis in the areas of eminent domain, property rights, real estate, and title closings.
Christophe Fiori
Christophe Fiori
4.5
(2)
1211 N Westshore Blvd Ste 102, Tampa
Noter
Central Florida family lawyer and mediator Christophe Fiori, PLLC represents men and women in divorce or custody cases, and residential and commercial landlords in actions to recover their property..Helping other people overcome challenges in their lives has been a constant drive in Christophe Fiori’s life. Christophe’s unique perspective as an immigrant, small business owner, and attorney motivates him to focus on the many legal challenges that individuals face every day.Christophe has helped men and women in all aspects of a family law cases including divorce and paternity actions to establish parental rights under Florida law. Many of the cases Christophe has worked on have settled prior to trial, whether through the process of mediation, or other settlement negotiations. In some cases, a spouse may need alimony to become rehabilitated to the market place or to maintain a standard of living. Christophe has worked with individuals seeking alimony and with individuals being asked to pay alimony. Christophe prides strives to achieve the best possible results for the client fairly and professionally. Christophe grew up in Florida, but was born in France, and he speaks French fluently.  Christophe immigrated to the US as a teenager, after living for several years in France, and South Africa. Gaining legal residency in the US was a lifelong process that ultimately motivated him to attend Law School.Besides his interests in business and the law, Christophe has always been fascinated by aviation. Christophe took his first flying lesson at Peter 'O Knight Airport on Davis Island, Florida at age 13. Christophe is a licensed pilot and flight instructor. Learning to fly and instructing has taught Christophe how to manage a high stress situations while still focus on the task at hand.   Special Interests John Darling Lodge, F & AM Captain, Civil Air Patrol
Steven Navaro
Steven Navaro
4.5
(2)
94 Crown Point Pl, Castle Rock
Noter
I enjoy the many different facets of the law.  Each client's matter is unique, I like to think creatively for ways to resolve the issue to the client's satisfaction.  I have always believed that litigation is the solution of last resort, not the first.  Good communication between reasonable parties usually can lead to conflict resolution., but when it cannot, I am not afraid to use the resources of the legal system to obtain justice for my client.
John Christian Carlson
John Christian Carlson
4.5
(2)
1135 Summit Rd, Montecito
Noter
Substantial work experience with small business, government agencies, large multinational firms. residential complexes, foreign firms, and import-export companies. Expertise in all matters of business affairs, including start-up, operations, partnerships, supplier relations, and sell-offs. Experience drafting and/or reviewing such documents as incorporation filings, franchise agreement and disclosure statements, real estate and equipment leases, sales agreements, memorandum of understanding, promissory notes, deed and escrow documents, license agreements, surety bonds, fidelity bonds. Expertise with nuances of the Uniform Commercial Code, especially Article 2 Sale of Goods, Article 3 Negotiable Instruments, and Article 9 Secured Transactions  Certified Global Business Professional candidate
John Francois Miquel
John Francois Miquel
4.5
(2)
12605 E Euclid Dr #216, Centennial
Noter
A trial lawyer with sixteen years of significant lead counsel experience: I've tried numerous criminal, administrative, and civil cases before judges and juries, and have handled thousands of cases: criminal defense, traffic offenses (dui/dwai), involuntary commitment (mental health, developmental disability, and substance abuse), toxic tort litigation, and landlord/tenant. A compassionate and effective legal professional, I ensure that my clients’ objectives are placed front and center in developing strategies for resolving their disputes.  Also, a subject-matter consultant in Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, and Evidence for the top online bar review course, who remains at the forefront of legal community by promoting and volunteering in bar association events.  I teach, coach and have judged multiple national law school, college pre-law, and high school mock trial competitions. I look forward to helping you with your legal problems.
Alexandre Ballerini
Alexandre Ballerini
4.5
(2)
100 SE 2nd St suite 3400, Miami
Noter
In addition to a legal background, Attorney Alexandre Ballerini, Esq., is also a Master in Business administration with further executive education in corporate finance.   Alexandre Ballerini, Esq., is fluent in English, French, Italian, & Spanish.   Prior to opening the Law Firm, Alexandre Ballerini, Esq., was an executive for a Prominent Brokerage firm in Miami,  for a National Home Builder ranked 20th in the US, and for Bank of America.   Our Mission Statement:   "Our goal is to create value and preserve wealth for our clients via custom made Legal, Risk Management, and Planning solutions." - Alexandre Ballerini, Esq.   AB LAW offers Legal Services in the following areas of Practice:   Real Estate Law Condominium Law Landlord Tenant Law Title & Escrow Services Business Law Contract Law Mergers & Acquisitions Company Formation Corporate Goverance LLC Partnerships Outside General Counsel Corporate & Registered Agent Services Civil, Commercial, & Corporate Litigation Business Immigration
Kent Matthew Miller
Kent Matthew Miller
4.5
(2)
2611 Main St, Stratford
Noter
Kent M. Miller is the principal attorney at Miller Law Group LLC – a full service general law practice in Stratford, Connecticut, with an emphasis on real estate litigation and resolution of complex real estate disputes and related issues. Practice areas include landlord and tenant matters, evictions, foreclosures, contract disputes, collections and general civil litigation. The firm also advises clients in the areas of business law and business formation, condominium associations, municipal law, estate planning, probate and genealogical research.
Jimmy Allen Davis
Jimmy Allen Davis
4.5
(2)
Deltona, FL 32725
Noter
I enjoy applying logical thinking I learned while earning my undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering and physics. Nothing is more gratifying than seeing a person who is being taken advantage of enforcing their rights and protecting themselves.    The real payoff to being an attorney is defeating the banks, abusive landlords, and other individuals seeking to take advantage of people. If something is going seriously wrong in your life, contact me. If I cannot help, I will try to point you to somebody who can.   I have been awarded many times for the pro-bono work I do. The firm has grown with the addition of another advocate for the underprivileged. As we move forward we look forward to expanding our efforts to make justice accessible to all.
Justin Fyten
Justin Fyten
4.5
(2)
75 Arlington St, Boston
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Justin Fyten is a 2014 Graduate of New England Law | Boston. Attorney Fyten was the recipient of the Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Academic Scholarship at NEL|B.  Attorney Fyten received a certification in immigration law from NEL|B as well as course work in immigration law, business immigration and asylum and refugee law. Attorney Fyten also took several courses in international law and foreign policy. Attorney Fyten completed an immigration clinic semester while interning at a private Boston immigration firm. Attorney Fyten also worked for nearly two years as a clerk in an immigration law firm in downtown Boston.   As the son of an immigrant, attorney Fyten knows firsthand how difficult it can be to immigrate to the United States, and has always had a passion for helping immigrants to navigate their way through the complicated process.   Attorney Fyten sat for the Massachusetts bar in August of 2014 and was admitted to the MA bar in November 2014.   Justin Fyten attended Boston University for an undergraduate degree.   Attorney Fyten is a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) as well as the Massachusetts Bar Association.
Fabiola E Ruiz-Doolan
Fabiola E Ruiz-Doolan
4.5
(2)
27 Warren St #101, Hackensack
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Ruiz Doolan Law Firm, is a full service legal practice. We take pride in providing personalized services and building long lasting relationships with our clients.We operate with the belief that all people deserve quality legal representation. Every person's case is unique and individual and is treated as such.The main objective of our firm is to provide clients with the highest level of service personalized to their needs. Our office is conveniently located in Hackensack, New Jersey just minutes away from the George Washington Bridge and the Bergen County Court House. Our areas of practice are Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, Divorce/Family Law, Elder Law, Landlord Tenant and Municipal Law.We are open Monday to Friday from 09:00 am to 5:00 pm. Evening appointments available upon request. Se habla Espanol.
Despina Carol Tartsinis
Despina Carol Tartsinis
4.5
(2)
122 Prospect Hill Rd, East Windsor
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Attorney Tartsinis focuses her practice of law primarily in the areas of: Business Formation & Succession Planning Buying & Selling Businesses Contract Review & Negotiations General Corporate Law Commercial Litigation & Transactions Landlord and Tenant Representation (Commercial & Residential Leases; Evictions) Wills, Estates and Probate Matters Real Estate Tax Appeals Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs and inheriting the entrepreneurial spirit herself, Attorney Tartsinis has an understanding of the wide range of legal and operational challenges facing small businesses in today's business climate. In her private practice, Attorney Tartsinis employs a broad skill set as she counsels business clients, whether it be navigating through employee hiring procedures, negotiating leases and contracts, purchasing or selling properties, or ultimately planning to sell or transfer business interests.  Recently, Attorney Tartsinis has guided commercial property owners through C-PACE (Connecticut Property Assessed Clean Energy) projects utilizing state financing to propel clean (solar) energy initiatives for their properties, including negotiating financing, understanding legal and tax implications, revising commercial tenant leases, and site plan and zoning issues for said projects.  Attorney Tartsinis contributed her legal expertise on said solar pv zoning issues to EnergizeCT's solar pv permitting guide. Tartsinis Law Office LLC employs green eco-friendly office practices (including reducing paper waste, cloud based file storage, energy efficient lighting and heating and cooling systems) and is connected to the building owner's solar photovoltaic system (C-PACE/CT Green Bank financed project).
Michael Ajiawung Fondungallah
Michael Ajiawung Fondungallah
4.5
(2)
2499 Rice St #236, Roseville
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Michael Fondungallah is a founding member of Fondungallah Kigham & Essien, LLC. His practice focuses on all aspects of immigration law, business law, international law, landlord tenant law and general litigation.--- Michael Fondungallah is a founding member of Fondungallah Kigham & Essien, LLC. His practice focuses on all aspects of immigration law, business law, international law, landlord tenant law and general litigation. Michael received his bachelors degree in law from the University of Yaounde in Cameroon (1991) and a post-graduate diploma (maitrise) in business law from the same university (1992). He worked for the Tazem Chambers as a pupil lawyer before coming to the United States in 1993 and in 2001 obtained his juris doctor JD degree in law from William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul Minnesota. Michael is admitted to practice in Minnesota (2001), the United State District Court for the District of Minnesota (2006) and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit (2006). He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) where he is the Minnesota/Dakota Chapter liaison with the Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the American Bar Association (ABA) and the American Association for Justice (AAJ). Michael is also a board member and secretary of the Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce. He volunteers and mentors for William Mitchell College of Law, St. Thomas University School of Law and the Minnesota Office of Higher Education's Get Ready program. Michael is also fluent in French.
Bradley William Newbolt
Bradley William Newbolt
4.5
(2)
10250 Foley Blvd NW #154, Coon Rapids
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Put your legal problems to rest with my firm!  Providing high quality, responsive, honest and affordable legal, mediation and arbitration services.  Your matter is important to us.  We look forward to the opportunity to help you.
Kevin Mikyle Bemis
Kevin Mikyle Bemis
4.5
(2)
3200 Cherry Creek S Dr #135, Denver
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Providing legal counsel for clients in a wide-range of transaction and litigation matters. I enjoy advising clients about issues related to contracts and transactions, employment discrimination, wage and hour, entity formation and corporate governance, joint ventures, fraud, and personal injuries. Experienced working as in-house counsel in the construction industry and have served clients operating in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, securities, legal cannabis, property management and leasing, consumer retail, oil/gas, licensing, consumer and legal services, and auto sales. Progressive, decisive, and accomplished legal leader well-known for solving complex legal and business issues, while exceeding financial and management objectives. Diverse background in commercial and employment law both in-house and in a law firm environment. Extensive experience working on contract negotiations, litigation management, policy design, and client relationships. Earned Top 40 Under 40 ranking by the National Trial Lawyers. Demonstrates leadership in high-pressure, challenging, and deadline-driven environments. Ready to embrace new challenges and to master new subjects.
Lindsay N Hearn
Lindsay N Hearn
4.5
(2)
12231 S May Ave, Oklahoma City
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Lindsay is passionate about helping the underserved and those without a voice. Assisting the disabled, children, immigrants, and widows is her calling and she uses her legal career to fulfill that calling. As a foster and adoptive mother, with experience around the world, and fluent in French and Haitian Creole, Lindsay strives to fight for children without families who do not have a voice.
Angelique N Wiegand
Angelique N Wiegand
4.5
(2)
2018 S Columbian Way, Seattle
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Angelique Wiegand handles cases in Personal Injury, Immigration, Criminal Defense, Employment & Labor, Business, Litigation, Lawsuits & Disputes, Workers Compensation, Family, Landlord & Tenant and has an office in Seattle, WA. This attorney attended Seattle University School of Law and has been licensed for 23 years.
Alberto Esteban Lugo Royo
Alberto Esteban Lugo Royo
4.5
(2)
4767 New Broad St, Orlando
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Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and raised in Windermere, Florida, Alberto Lugo Royo obtained his bachelor’s degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of law. During his studies, Alberto Lugo Royo provided legal services to dozens of indigent clients. Alberto Lugo Royo began working in Immigration as a law student through the Refugee Immigration Project in Jacksonville, FL where he worked on applications and conducted legal research for indigent clients. Mr. Lugo Royo also helped organize and run Citizenship Day in Jacksonville, FL, where over 100 applications for Naturalization were prepared. Mr. Lugo Royo was also a Senior Clinician at the Florida Coastal School of Law Immigrant and Human Rights Clinic, where he represented clients of many nationalities in variety of immigration contexts, including naturalization, asylum and family immigration. In his final year of Law school Mr. Lugo Royo served as in intern at the Criminal Defense Section of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, where he wrote appeals as part of War Crimes proceedings. He was admitted to practice law in the state of Florida in April 2015 and after a brief period with a law firm in downtown Orlando, joined the Law Office of Maud Poudat. Mr. Lugo Royo speaks English, Spanish, French and Portuguese with varying degrees of fluency.In his spare time, Mr. Lugo Royo enjoys biking, kayaking, archery, paddle boarding, and studying languages and history.
Dov Treiman
Dov Treiman
4.5
(2)
24 Whitehall St #710, New York
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I am both a legal scholar and a highly active practicing attorney.  The 80+ books I have written on landlord-tenant law are the standard research tools I use not only in my own practice, but I find used by all of the major landlord-tenant firms of the City of New York. The Court system itself has extensive libraries of these books for the judges to use in their research in deciding cases.  As a result, on numerous occasions, judges have cited to my writings in rendering their determinations, at times, even when I am present in the courtroom.   However, my passion as an attorney is to represent a client fully, to find his or her real needs and goals and use not only my scholarship and creativity to advance their cause before the courts or even in private negotiations, but my passion for justice as well.   In the end, I never lose sight of the fact that my clients, even my corporate clients, are made up of human beings who need to be communicated with as such.  If you watch the videos above, you will see that style of treating my clients attested to again and again.
Judy Drickey-Prohow
Judy Drickey-Prohow
4.5
(2)
4222 E Thomas Rd #230, Phoenix
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Judy Drickey-Prohow is a Civil Rights, Employment & Labor, Landlord & Tenant, Arbitration attorney who has been licensed for 41 years. This attorney attended University of Arizona College of Law and has an office in Phoenix, AZ.
Oliver Spencer
Oliver Spencer
4.5
(2)
1833 N 105th St, Seattle
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Oliver Spencer is a Seattle estate planning lawyer, Seattle real estate lawyer, and Seattle landlord-tenant lawyer. He has sixteen years of experience as an attorney practicing in these areas of the law. He has also volunteered as a mediator for disputes in the King County District Court’s Small Claims Court in Seattle for landlord-tenant, commercial, construction, towing, breach of contract, personal injury, and merchant-consumer disputes, and is a graduate of the King County Dispute Resolution Center’s Mediation Practicum. He has mediated landlord-tenant disputes at the King County Dispute Resolution Center. He was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended Walnut Hills High School. He graduated Cum Laude from the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He majored in journalism and double minored in French language and Asian Studies. After undergraduate school he worked as a newspaper and magazine reporter for SESH Communications in Cincinnati, Ohio before moving to Seattle to attend the University of Washington School of Law. He is one of the founding members of the Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Washington School of Law. He worked as an attorney for K&L Gates, LLP, formerly Preston, Gates & Ellis, LLP and Bank of America, Probate And Wealth Transmission Department in Seattle, Washington. He worked as an attorney for the Law Offices of James Deal, the Law Offices of David Reed, and the Law Offices of Ricardo Vasquez in Seattle, Washington. He worked for the Law Offices of Stanley Byrd and the Law Offices of Kathryn Ellis in Seattle, Washington. He worked for Landesa, formerly the Rural Development Institute, University of Washington Student Legal Services, and the Northwest Indian Law Center at Northwest Justice Project in Seattle, Washington. He worked for General Electric Aircraft Engines, Legal Operation, Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP, the Ohio Justice And Policy Center, formerly the Prison Reform Advocacy Center, the Office of former Cincinnati Vice Mayor Tyrone Yates, and the Law Offices of Stephen Felson in Cincinnati, Ohio. His free time is spent with his family and friends. He enjoys swimming, tennis, hiking, film, theater, music, news, books, writing, and the study of language. He has language abilities in English, Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese, and Latin. He studied French language and culture at the Institute of Touraine in Tours, France. He was a Capitol Scholar from the State of Ohio at the Office of the Corporation Counsel, General Litigation Division, in Washington, D.C. He received the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office Scholarship from the Ministry of Education of the Government of Taiwan to study Mandarin Chinese at Taiwan Normal University (Shi Da) in Taipei, Taiwan.
Lin J Hendler
Lin J Hendler
4.5
(2)
5200 Meadows Rd, Lake Oswego
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Lin is an Adult Congenital Heart Defect Survivor and fancies herself one of the few lawyers in her 30's who has survived two open heart surgeries. It was these experiences that drive her passion to work for those fighting the same battles she has. As a lawyer, Lin volunteered at Disability Rights Oregon and serves on the Multnomah Bar Association's committee for Equality and Diversity. She is also on the Executive Board of The Oregon State Bar's Disability Section.  She is proud to make her passion her livelihood. Lin is committed to access to justice and will work with clients on low-bono rates suited for your family's income, an affordable alternative when you are already coping with so much.    She feels fortunate to work in Social Security Disability primarily and travels to hearings as far off as Wyoming or even Hawaii to work with clients whose struggles resonate with her experiences.  She looks forward to working with you near or far and will take your SSDI case with a free consultation and on a contingency fee basis.  If you have a long term disability issue as well, Lin is happy to look into that as well.   Other rates apply for other case areas.
Steven Andrew Krieger
Steven Andrew Krieger
4.5
(2)
4000 Legato Rd, Fairfax
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We understand that finding the right attorney is critical and would welcome the opportunity to assess your situation, answer your questions, and explain our ability to help -- even if that means helping you find an attorney with more expertise related to your legal matter.  We believe that everyone should have access to legal counsel. We specialize in Consumer Protection, H-1B visas, Landlord & Tenant, Small Business, and Zoning, matters, but would be delighted to speak with you about any legal matter. Each legal matter is unique and requires an individualized approach, specialized expertise, and an ability to adapt to external conditions.  Whether your issue requires a few hours of our attention or a few years, we will always work to give you practical solutions and honest advice. Practical SolutionsTo determine the most practical solution, we help you analyze the following factors to determine the optimal way to proceed:  Harm you suffered (your damages); Likelihood you will win (the merits of your case);  Cost to recover your damages (time, emotional, and financial); and Likelihood of collecting your damages from the opposing party if you win.   Honest AdviceWe expect you to rely on our experience, so you will always get an honest answer.  If your case looks very promising, that is what we will tell you.  If your case looks to be very challenging, that is what we will tell you.  Most cases are somewhere in the middle, so we will help you assess your situation. For EveryoneToo often, people forgo adequate legal counsel because they cannot find an appropriate counselor to help them navigate our legal system.  No legal matter is trivial -- especially if this is your first substantial encounter with our legal system.  If you think we may be able to assist you, please contact us.  Even if you are fairly certain that your legal matter is outside of our practice areas, we are willing to help you find a qualified attorney.  Client Bill of Rights If you were wronged, it should be made right, and we will help you. We will give you honest answers and advice, but the decision is ultimately yours.  Our communication with you will be in plain english with minimal legal jargon.  Every client gets our best effort -- there are no "small" clients. We understand that your legal matter is the most important legal matter to you, whether damages are $100 or $100,000.  If we cannot assist you, we will attempt to refer you to someone who can. Everyone should have access to our justice system.
Jonathan Edward Cohen
Jonathan Edward Cohen
4.5
(2)
244 5th Ave, New York
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I can help you with your landlord situation, I can help you with your tenant situation ! My fees are reasonable and tend to be less than $100 hourly. Allow me to speak with you during my free consultation.
William Lloyd Foreman
William Lloyd Foreman
4.5
(2)
700 N Pearl St #1600, Dallas
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I currently practice as a senior associate at Owens, Campbell & Aiken, L.L.P., a small, A/V rated law firm in Dallas, Texas, that specializes in civil litigation and commercial real estate transactions.  In my capacity as an attorney at OCA, I've represented commercial lending institutions, multi-state nursing home companies, high net-worth individuals, and an international petroleum company in creditors’ rights, civil litigation, and bankruptcy proceedings before state and federal trial and appellate courts, and in commercial business transactions.   I pride myself in being very concientious to my clients' needs and concerns.  While I have primarily represented landlords and other creditors in civil litigation, I am adaptable to most any legal practice area in which my clients have a need.  I am currently licensed to practice law in Texas, but I expect my Oklahoma bar application, which was submitted in September, to be approved within the next couple of months.  In terms of my personal background, I grew up in Tulsa and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, spent four years in the United States Navy serving aboard submarines, graduated from Oklahoma State University with honors, and graduated from the University of Oklahoma, College of Law with distinction, where I served as Assistant Articles’ Editor for the Oklahoma Law Review.  I am an avid runner, and (when I have the chance) I enjoy traveling, particularly in the American West and to Europe.  My wife is a special education language arts teacher and special education coordinator, also serving as a Special Olympics coach and girls' soccer coach.  Our daughter is a freshman at Oklahoma State University, where she is a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority, and is majoring in health education and promotion.
Gael A. Beriro
Gael A. Beriro
4.5
(2)
205 Worth Ave # 307I, Palm Beach
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Gael Beriro is a graduate of Boston College (BA) and The University of Denver Strum College of Law (JD). He began his legal career as a water rights and environmental attorney, practicing in Boulder Colorado from 1992 to 1996. He represented industrial clients in compliance matters related to the many Federal and State environmental laws such as CERCLA, RECRA, Clean Air Act, and Clean Water Act. After seven years in the corporate and business world, he returned to private legal practice in 2002 here in Palm Beach County Florida, working for the firms of  Stambaugh & Tarone, P.A. and Mandel, Weisman, Heimberg & Brodie, P.A. as a commercial real estate and business transactions attorney before opening his own practice in 2006. Mr. Beriro is a member of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar, and the Real Estate Committee of the Palm Beach County Bar Association.