Top Los Angeles Ethics & Professional Responsibility Lawyers - California

Law Office of Zachary D. Wechsler, APC, is a Los Angeles law firm with a statewide practice. The fim brings an enthusiastic and creative approach to the problems faced by licensed professionals facing professional discipline and to applicants seeking their professional licenses. Mr. Wechsler is is a former deputy attorney general for California who was appointed to the State Bar of...

The Law Office of Anthony Radogna in Irvine, California, represents attorneys who face serious administrative actions as the result of complaints brought against them for negligent or unethical practices. The law firm also provides counsel and support regarding moral and character admissions before the State Bar of California for those seeking to become licensed attorneys. Serving clients...

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