My parents are hardworking Guatemalan immigrants. They raised me and my four... more
My parents are hardworking Guatemalan immigrants. They raised me and my four siblings in Union City, CA and for a time in Gilroy, CA. My parents taught me the value of hard work, respect for others and to love family. I grew up with a lot of cousins, aunts, and uncles. Some of those folks are blood-related and others arent, but my parents never saw any difference and neither do I. When you v... view profile
Besides being a legal nerd (I've been full time in the law since 1989, when I... more
Besides being a legal nerd (I've been full time in the law since 1989, when I decided it is what I loved) and read just about everything out there, I've also recently become a father...to a great puppy (you'll see him in my office under my desk if you ever stop by - one of the benefits of owning your own firm). I get asked, because of my background, what are my favorite areas of the law and th... view profile
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