Plumas County, CA: Administrative Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

Solomon, Saltsman and Jamieson has offices in Los Angeles, Portland, Oregon, and New York, New York. They represent clients in gaming law, administrative law, land use and zoning, severe personal injury and wrongful death claims, business litigation, and many other areas. Within each of these areas, the firm's attorneys are recognized for providing trial-tested advocacy, innovative thinking and...

Law Office of Zachary D. Wechsler, APC, is a Los Angeles law firm with a statewide practice. The fim brings an enthusiastic and creative approach to the problems faced by licensed professionals facing professional discipline and to applicants seeking their professional licenses. Mr. Wechsler is is a former deputy attorney general for California who was appointed to the State Bar of...

Located in Sacramento, California, the law office of Kravitz & Chan, LLP, provides exceptional advocacy and support to licensed professionals in a variety of industries who face any type of serious administrative actions regarding their licensures. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout California, our law firm's attorneys possess extensive experience in administrative license defense,...

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