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Posted by a Federal Regulation client, Flag
When he was partnered with Lee Hamel he allowed Hamel to screw me on my case and I ended up having to work independenty of them. It is a terrible thing when you cannot trust your own attorney.
Posted by Irene, a Fraud client, Flag
I was under a federal goverment investigation, which the result of a very complicated investigation with my former employer and Texas Department of Insurance. This went on for many years while being represented by attorney's that were provided by my former employer. I finally decided that things seem to worsen and I needed someone that would listen, hear me and would fight for my defense and not the company that I was employed by. I immediately retained Mr. Clark. I felt if I had any chance of being cleared of this investigation and getting my life back, I needed Mr. Clark to defend me. In mid of 2007, I was released from the goverment's investigation. All of the other parties involved were indicted and the company paid millions in fines that were a result of TDI,OCC,HUD,and OTS. Mr. Clark never made any empty promises to me during this process, however he stood by me every step of the way with sound advice and gave me the faith I needed to get me through the most diffcult time of my life.
Posted by a Fraud client, Flag
Michael Clark is a mild mannered dynamo. He is dedicated, thorough and extremely efficient. No stone is unturned in finding the way to a good resolution of a lawsuit. Mr. Clark cares about his client, let's you know the reality of your situation and keeps you calm. He knows the prosecutions methods, since he was a federal prosecutor. No one wants to need an attorney, especially if you are fighting for your business and reputation. Yet, here is a port in the storm of the insane legal system.
Posted by a White Collar Crime client, Flag