Started Swafford Law, LLC as a solo practitioner, after several years as an attorney... more
Started Swafford Law, LLC as a solo practitioner, after several years as an attorney with Arnold Porter, LLP, and decades of experiences including IT, military intelligence, contracting, and international relations. Attended Law School at night while working full time during the day as a federal civil servant (IT Project Manager) for NOAA, and graduated summa cum laude, 7th in my class.... view profile
Ms. Cascio has been active in analyzing clients' issues and creating strategies to... more
Ms. Cascio has been active in analyzing clients' issues and creating strategies to address them in the areas of corporate law, employment law and artists' rights. Prior to joining McMillan Metro, Ms. Cascio worked with the President of the Chicago History Museum and General Counsel of the National Endowment of the Arts on a variety of business, employment and intellectual property issues. ... view profile
Ms. Bartley is an associate with Goodell DeVries. Her practice is concentrated on... more
Ms. Bartley is an associate with Goodell DeVries. Her practice is concentrated on medical malpractice litigation. Ms. Bartley is a certified physician assistant. Prior to becoming an attorney, she worked as a physician assistant in New York and Maryland, concentrating her career in internal medicine, family practice, geriatrics, orthopedics and pediatrics.
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