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The Lovell Firm is a prestigious, nationally recognized law firm providing representation in all areas of business, corporate, entertainment, intellectual property and employment law. Tre Lovell has been noted among the elite trial attorneys in the nation, having been named Lawyer of the Year, Finalist, 2016, by the Los Angeles Business Journal, and further honored by the National Law Journal as...

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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...

  • King, Holmes, Paterno & Berliner, LLP handles a sophisticated practice with particular emphasis and expertise in entertainment law, complex business and intellectual property litigation, real estate, business, banking and corporate finance. The Firm is dedicated to providing legal services of the highest quality in a timely manner....

  • My experience includes more than 125 weeks of trial in complex high-value cases in federal and state courts and regulatory administrative trials throughout the United States. In 2001, I opened my own practice to help clients resolve complex disputes and to address fundamental civil wrongs. Based near Silicon Valley, I have handled intellectual property matters in different high-tech sectors...

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