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Columbus Business & Commercial Law Firm
Madison & Rosan, LLP concentrates on all aspects of commercial and residential real estate, real estate and business litigation, and general business law. Our offices are located in the German Village community of Columbus, Ohio where we pride ourselves in "Real Personal Representation." This is accomplished through the ease of accessibility to our attorneys and regular communication with clients whether in daily phone conversations or through weekly and quarterly status reports.
About Madison & Rosan, LLP
- Business & Commercial Law
- Real Estate Law
- Land Use & Zoning
- Litigation & Appeals
Accepts Credit Cards
39 East Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43206
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