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  • The team at The Calhoun Law Firm, PLC, means business. They serve small- and mid-sized companies throughout the Tempe and Phoenix, Arizona, area, in the full spectrum of legal needs, such as the following: • Intellectual property: copyright, trademarks and infringement • Employment, education, science, technology and construction law • Communication, contracts and franchising •...

  • Buckley King is a business and commercial law firm focused on your success. That's where we begin ... and where we end. Five main principles guide our actions in maintaining consistent quality and providing great service to clients: Straight Answers Giving clients straight answers allows them to evaluate their options and make decisions leading to better results. Think Big Picture We start with...

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You've come to the right place.  If you are an individual or business with a legal issue involving the music industry, television, internet, or other media, a communications and media law lawyer may be able to help.

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