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    Our Philosophy The attorneys of Thornhill & Collings, L.C., possess the education and experience which are essential to high-quality representation of clients in all areas of the law. However, at T&C, we demand more of our attorneys than a knowledge of the law. Because we believe that representation of clients involves much more than legal knowledge, we demand that our attorneys adhere to the...

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    Although our primary focus is on federal and state litigation (from litigation avoidance to trial up through any appeals), David W. Nance Law Firm, LLC  is a general practice law firm with extensive experience in many areas of the law including business, contracts, Internet, entertainment, media, commercial, construction, and eminent domain law. While the primary goal is to help clients avoid...

  • Upon the dissolution of a predecessor firm, Friend, Wilson, Draper & Bowling, on February 1, 1994, partners Gordon F. Wilson, Jr. and David A. Bowling decided to establish a new firm, dedicated to providing effective legal representation to individuals and organizations. Thus, on March 1, 1994, the law firm of Wilson & Bowling was born. On August 1, 2007, Susannah C. McKinney became a partner of...

  • Over 11 years experience as a practicing attorney, primarily representing public utilities, motor carriers, and other regulated entities before the Louisiana Public Service Commission and with regard to related matters. He is Completed Dale Carnegie Public Speaking and Human Relations Course, December 1998. REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS: Successfully pursued and litigated numerous complaints before the...

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