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    The Williams Firm, based in Walnut Creek, California, provides dedicated banking and finance law, business and commercial law, and real estate and construction law services to clients throughout the Bay Area. Offering knowledgeable and responsive representation, the law firm's primary objective is the same as its clients' - to help them achieve common sense solutions that effectively meet their...

  • Our experienced staff is dedicated to serving your specific needs. We are more than willing to provide the information that you need when seeking representation for workers' compensation, disability and injury claims. Our lawyers are licensed and fully qualified to provide you with aggressive representation, no matter how simple or complicated your case may be. We are among the best in the nation,...

  • At the Law Office of Martin T. Gonsalves, we are dedicated to efficient and cost-effective legal representation in Contra Costa County, California. Regardless of whether you are involved in a landlord-tenant dispute or real estate legal conflict, our team will help you fully understand your rights and work hard to protect them in negotiation or litigation As a lifelong resident of Contra Costa...

  • We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Law Offices of Brunn & Flynn, based in Modesto, California. Founded in 1963 by Charles K. Brunn, the firm is actively engaged in the general practice of law in state, federal and appellate courts throughout California. The Law Offices of Brunn & Flynn serves businesses and individuals locally and statewide. We are also approved...

  • Kring & Chung Attorneys LLP serves a broad range of clients in Sacramento and throughout the surrounding California areas. Established more than 25 years ago, we have a well-known reputation for providing quality legal representation. We are litigators with extensive courtroom experience and are respected amongst judges and peers alike. Regardless of the level of difficulty of the case, we...

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  • The Law Offices of Walter W. Whelan, A Professional Corporation, was founded on April 1, 1997 by Walter W. Whelan, who, for many years had been a business litigation partner in the Fresno law firm of McCormick, Barstow, Sheppard, Wayne & Carruth specializing in employment and business litigation. Mr. Whelan founded the firm to continue to specialize in management employment litigation and...

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