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Established in 2008, McConnell Valdés’ Washington office is located just blocks away from the White House, the U.S. Congress, and most Federal Agencies. Since its opening, McConnell Valdés has represented municipal governments, state government agencies, companies, associations and universities across Puerto Rico, the U.S. mainland, and abroad. The office provides a...
At Ury & Moskow, our Connecticut and Washington, DC attorneys have earned recognition, awards and the respect of other lawyers. This renown is based on demonstrated excellence in complex, adversarial proceedings at all levels of the state and Federal courts. We are at the forefront of large-scale pharmaceutical and medical products litigation, serious personal injury lawsuits business and...
Respected representation for your most personal challenges There are few things in life more personal, emotional and complicated than issues regarding families. The attorneys of Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik have been helping clients in the District of Columbia and surrounding counties in Maryland and Virginia find the best path forward through difficult and highly stressful times....
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