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At the personal injury litigation and general law firm of Ball, Kirk & Holm, P.C., we have been providing legal services to the Cedar Valley area since the mid-1970s. Our first office was located in the Waterloo Building, in downtown Waterloo, Iowa. Success led to the need for more space, so in 1981 we moved to our current location on the south side of Waterloo, at 3324 Kimball Avenue. Our...
At Belin McCormick, we provide the highest caliber of legal services to business entities, public institutions and individuals based in Iowa and throughout the nation. We provide complete legal services to businesses of all sizes in a broad range of industries, including numerous Fortune 500 companies. In many instances, we have represented a client as it progressed from a family-owned startup to...
Long & Gilliam is an association of Iowa lawyers and sole practitioners Scott Long and James Gilliam. Together, they have over fifty years of legal experience representing individuals, as well as public and private companies, in business and commercial litigation disputes and in employment and labor matters. Scott and James have both been listed in Best Lawyers in America - Scott for...
Roxanne Conlin has her own law firm in Des Moines Roxanne Conlin has her own law firm in Des Moines, where she exclusively represents people who have been harmed by others, whether by discrimination, products, doctors or vehicles. She entered Drake University in 1961, when she was only 16, and graduated from law school with honors five years later at the age of 21. From 1969 to 1976, she was an...
Wessels Sherman is a Midwest based labor and employment law firm with a nationwide practice. We have five offices throughout the Midwest in St. Charles, Illinois; Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; Chicago, Illinois; Davenport, Iowa and Minneapolis, Minnesota. We concentrate our practice solely in the representation of employers and management in all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. A...
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