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Randy J. Harvey, P.C. - Sherwood, OR

21887 SW Sherwood Blvd.Suite B Sherwood, OR 97140- 1309

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Updated: 07/27/2021

Sherwood Administrative Law and Professional Licenses Law Firm

About Randy J. Harvey, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Administrative Law and Professional Licenses
  • Formation, Purchase, Sale and Reorganization of Small Businesses
  • Small Business Law and Policy Development
  • Crisis Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Litigation in Federal and State Courts
  • Employment Discrimination Claims, Representing Employers or Employees
  • Employment Law for Employers
  • Chapter 7 and 13 Personal Bankruptcy
  • School District Representation

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    • Susan Saxton, Paralegal

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    Offers Free Initial Consultation

    Accepts Credit Cards

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    21887 SW Sherwood Blvd.Suite B Sherwood, OR 97140- 1309

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    • (916) 307-5163

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