***DISCLAIMER: This testimonials and endorsements made on this site do not... more
***DISCLAIMER: This testimonials and endorsements made on this site do not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of any particular legal matter.*** Roman M. Whittaker is a Partner with Anderholt Whittaker LLP. After spending nearly a decade with Best Best & Krieger LLP, Roman teamed up with J. John Anderholt III, the son of long time Coachella Valley lawyer ... view profile
"Helping people solve their legal problems for more than 35 years!" Hon. Thomas S.... more
"Helping people solve their legal problems for more than 35 years!" Hon. Thomas S. Hudspeth, (Ret.) • 951-845-4782 14 Years as a Superior Court Commissioner in Riverside County, hearing a large variety of assigned calendars, including 6 years in Family Law 18 Years as a Civil Trial Attorney, including 37 long-cause, multi-week,courtroom/jury trials Professor of Torts at California South... view profile
Barak Lurie is the Managing Partner of the Firm. Barak practices primarily in... more
Barak Lurie is the Managing Partner of the Firm. Barak practices primarily in litigation, with an emphasis on business and real estate matters. He also has substantial experience in bankruptcy work, representing trustees and creditors. Barak's clients include a wide variety of businesses and high net work individuals defending or pursuing claims for breach of contract, fraud, and commercial dis... view profile
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