After graduating from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in Psychology, I... more
After graduating from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in Psychology, I spent a year performing stand-up comedy. After successfully defending myself against a speeding ticket, I decided to go to law school at The Ohio State University College of Law. In 1992, when I still didn't have my own late night talk show, I dedicated myself to my legal career. Since then I have ... view profile
My law office has been helping thousands of indiviuals for over 21 years from the... more
My law office has been helping thousands of indiviuals for over 21 years from the same location. Experience and creativirty are a must. I tried one of the largest cases in the Country in 2007. I took on the government and won! The case involved the means test and how it is calulated. My victory changed the way the means test is calculated to benefit of all debtors in the United States. ... view profile
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