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After the sudden loss of a loved one, serious illness and numerous other hardships, I was ready to sell my business and try to move-on with my life. I had allowed "trusted" employees to run the business while I was trying to overcome the loses I was experiencing. A potential buyer and "friend" took over the business during the due diligence period, but within a few weeks I knew it was a bad deal. My attorney, who also represented the buyer, didn't listen to me and felt I was still quite emotional. In a period of 5 months, the potential buyer with the assistance of a few employees, accumulated a debt of approx. $500,000. in A/P, refused to release corp. financials to me and at times would not allow me to enter my own building and place of business. Getting no assistance from my attorney, I asked a business assoc. to recommend another attorney. That is when I met Earl Mallory. He listened to my story and within days helped me take back my company and my building. He got it done
I have used this attorney for many different services, employment, EEOC, bad check, etc. I can HIGHLY recommend him. He has great ethics and morals and he will not steer you in the wrong direction. The best part is that when you agree on a course of action he will work like the devil for you.
Earl and his law firm has handled my company's legal needs for many years. He has been especially helpful in employee relation matters, along with dealing with customer issues. I never hesistate to go to him to handle a potential problem, or to seek advice. It is a huge relief to have this type of person to lean on when the tough questions arise.
I have found Mr. Mallory to be very honest and knowledgeable in dealing with our business needs.