Top Connersville Science & Technology Lawyers - Indiana

  • Firm founder, Dr. Thomas D. Webster, did not dream of becoming a patent attorney as a child and then pursue a couse of study in college to get there. Rather, he set out to be a research scientist and ultimately earned an undergraduate degree in chemistry, and Master's and PhD degrees in biochemistry. Then, destiny's hand intervened and the Lord lead Dr. Webster out of research science and into law...

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    Attorney Stacy Uliana founded her Bargersville, Indiana, law office with the goal of protecting the constitutional rights of those accused of crimes in the Indianapolis area. Because she focuses her practice solely on criminal defense, she is able to stay up-to-date on the newest legislation affecting her clients. By tirelessly preparing each case, she has successfully carried out numerous appeals...

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