Top Birmingham Administrative Lawyers - Ohio

At the law offices of Wright & Noble LLC  we offer our clients a comprehensive range of services. Matan, Geer & Wright have been in practice for over 15 years, focusing in Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury cases. Our firm is committed to providing our clients the highest quality of legal service. Wright & Noble LLC  is a law firm comprised of experienced and dedicated...

  • 240 Jefferson Street,PO Box 129 Port Clinton OH 43452 41.510834 -82.93951

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  • 33595 Bainbridge Road,Suite 200A Solon OH 44139 41.38978 -81.44122

    The Patton Law Firm represents medical and recreational marijuana businesses in all business, licensing and administrative law matters. The law office is located in Solon, and serves businesses in the Cleveland area, throughout Ohio and nationwide. The Patton Law Firm was founded by David V. Patton, a lawyer with more than 15 years of administrative law experience. He is board-certified in...

  • 405 Madison Ave. ,Suite 910 Toledo OH 43604 41.651512 -83.53545

    I started my own practice in 1987 after serving four years as an attorney in the U.S. Army JAG Corps and a one year stint with the Rudnick and Wolfe Law Firm (now DLA Piper) in Chicago. I primarily practice Employment Law, Employment Discrimination, Wrongful Discharge, and Defamation, in both State and Federal Courts. I serve Toledo and the surrounding areas ranging from Fulton and Williams...

  • 39 East Whittier Street Columbus OH 43206 39.943836 -82.99586

    Madison & Rosan, LLP concentrates on all aspects of commercial and residential real estate, real estate and business litigation, and general business law. Our offices are located in the German Village community of Columbus, Ohio where we pride ourselves in "Real Personal Representation." This is accomplished through the ease of accessibility to our attorneys and regular communication with...

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