As a Partner at the law firm of Howard & Howard, PLLC, and an Adjunct Professor of... more
As a Partner at the law firm of Howard & Howard, PLLC, and an Adjunct Professor of Law at The John Marshall Law School, I have represented and advised hundreds of clients in matters involving federal and state tax, business, and employment law. More specifically, I have successfully assisted clients in the following matters: - Federal tax controversy and resolution - State tax controversy... view profile
Howard L. Huntington is a partner at Bullaro & Carton, P.C. He focuses his practice... more
Howard L. Huntington is a partner at Bullaro & Carton, P.C. He focuses his practice on commercial, business, construction, product liability, public entity, civil rights and transportation litigation. He has successfully represented corporations, banks and municipalities in a wide variety of civil litigation. He is "AV Preeminent" peer review rated by Martindale-Hubbell, reflecting the highes... view profile
JOSH M. KANTROW is a partner at Lewis Brisbois with a focus on computer and internet-... more
JOSH M. KANTROW is a partner at Lewis Brisbois with a focus on computer and internet-related liabilities, including privacy, data security and technology litigation. He is an experienced litigator and savvy negotiator often retained by clients in crisis management situations. Josh also concentrates his practice in professional liability matters, with additional experience in bad faith and punit... view profile
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