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Concentrating on representing licensed professionals in either disciplinary actions or their license renewal and application process, our team at Hark and Hark in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, advocates for clients across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and through the country facing Pennsylvania based on health care issues. Richard and his staff also assist the medical professional with any...
Estate And Elder Law Attorney Representing Clients Throughout Pennsylvania At Hartle Elder Law Practice, LLC, it is my mission is to provide counsel and representation to individuals and families as they confront a variety of legal issues pertaining to elder law and estate planning. From my office in Hermitage, Pennsylvania, I offer counsel that takes a comprehensive, holistic...
Klodowski Law LLC was formed in January 2008 when the principals of the firm Edwin J. Hull and Harry F. Klodowski merged their practices so that a wider range of legal services could be provided to their numerous business and individual clients. The mission of Klodowski Law is to provide legal representation meeting the highest standards in a small firm environment that allows us to provide...
The law office of Olds George LLC in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, advocates on behalf of individuals who are the subjects of labor and employment discrimination. In many cases, clients come to us when they sense that their employers' treatment of them is unjust, retaliatory or downright illegal. The attorneys at this Pittsburgh law firm have extensive experience handling all aspects of employment...
At Leemhuis Legal PLLC, your business is our business. Our law office in Erie, Pennsylvania, is committed to helping you navigate matters that include the following: Launching your businesses through formation strategies and preparation Growing your business with contracts, document review and financing concerns Protecting your business through minimizing risks Transitioning your business when the...
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