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Cleveland Employment Law and Civil Rights Law Firm
About The Bernard Law Firm
- Employment Law and Civil Rights
- Wrongful Termination Claims
- Business and Commercial Disputes
- Bankruptcy and Debt
- Entertainment, Sports and Leisure Law
- Lawsuits and Disputes
- Accidents and Injuries
- Cars and Motor Vehicles
- Medical Malpractice
- Health Care
- Civil and Human Rights
- Consumer Rights
- Money Matters
- Real Estate
- Atwood Resources, Inc.
- D.K. Dental Lab
- Michaels Building Company
- Michaels Oil & Gas Company
- Lamer v. Metaldyne Co. LLC, 2007 Fed. App. 435N (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit 2007)
- Michaels Bldg. Co. v. Ameritrust Co., N.A., 848 F. 2d 674 (C.A. 6 (Ohio) 1988)
- Zackaroff v. Koch Transfer Co., 862 F. 2d 1263 (C.A. 6 (Ohio) 1988)
- Michaels Bldg. Co. v. Cardinal Federal Sav. and Loan Bank, 561 N.E. 2d 1015 (Ohio App. 8 Dist. 1988)
- Andrew J. Michaels
- Daniel J. McGown
- Dale A. Bernard (Sole Practitioner)
Crown Centre Building Suite 600 5005 Rockside Road Cleveland, OH 44131- 6808
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