Phil is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem,... more
Phil is a 2008 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. At Wake Forest, Phil was a Deans scholarship recipient, an active participant in many trial advocacy and moot court competitions, and a member of the Joseph Branch Inn of Court. During law school, Phil had the opportunity to work at a boutique litigation firm in Buffalo, New York and a medium-sized... view profile
William is an Eagle Scout, class of 1990, and a board member of the Las Vegas Area... more
William is an Eagle Scout, class of 1990, and a board member of the Las Vegas Area National Eagle Scout Association. He is also the General Counsel for the Silent Heroes of the Cold War Memorial Committee. William Devine holds extensive experience in consumer bankruptcy law and debt collections law, as well as intellectual property matters. In April 2014, William started his own firm, D... view profile
Andrew Dixon is a Managing Partner of Bowler Dixon & Twitchell LLP. He concentrates... more
Andrew Dixon is a Managing Partner of Bowler Dixon & Twitchell LLP. He concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate, business and commercial law, landlord/tenant law, and bankruptcy, including significant transactional and litigation experience in these areas. Mr. Dixon has served as lead counsel on a multi-million transaction involving the purchase of a national sandwich shop franchisor... view profile
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