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Plymouth Business litigation Law Firm
About Hubbard Snitchler & Parzianello PLC
- Business litigation
- John A. Hubbard (Attorney)
- Mark M. Snitchler
- Eric A. Parzianello
- Zane M. Thompson (Associate Attorney)
- Grace C. Ceccolini (Attorney)
- Michelle Osborn, Legal Administrator
- Karen Kasparek, Legal Assistant
- Chloe Lawrence, Legal Assistant
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
801 W. Ann Arbor TrailSuite 240 Plymouth, MI 48170
Hubbard Snitchler & Parzianello PLC 999 Vanderbilt Beach Rd. Suite 200 Naples, FL 34108 239-325-1802
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Recommends this Law Firm
My firm as worked with a number of the partners at HSP over the course of contracts, negotiations, HR issues and in civil litigation matters. We found the partners to be excellent strategists, deeply knowledgeable of the law (statue and case law,) and when necessary, capable and persuasive in their representation before the court.
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Mark Snitchler has been so incredibly supportive and helpful as we've grown our small business. Every step of the way, he's been a great resource and extension of our team, guiding us through the various challenges of operating a business. The firm also has a convenient location with plenty of free street parking and a cheerful welcome staff.
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