Brian McGuffin, a life long Bucks County resident has been practicing law in Bucks... more
Brian McGuffin, a life long Bucks County resident has been practicing law in Bucks County and Montgomery County for more than 27 years. As an Assistant Public Defender, an Associate with Connolly, Chandor & McAndrews, and then an Administrative and Managing Parner with Drexler, Lyons & McGuffin, Brian has handled a variety of different cases and Court matters with a diverse clientele of individ... view profile
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267-423-6032. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rmklawoffices.com The information provided is intended for informational purposes only and should not substitute for the advice and counsel of an attorney. This information does not constitute legal advice. We ask that you consult with a lawyer, as your facts are unique and because each situation requires analysis from many different perspective... view profile
My name is Rob Sink. I am the managing attorney of The Law Offices of Robert W. Sink.... more
My name is Rob Sink. I am the managing attorney of The Law Offices of Robert W. Sink. I have been practicing personal injury and complex litigation law in the Philadelphia area since 1994. If you decide to hire me, your case becomes my cause. I strive to treat the case of each and every client as importantly as if they were members of my own family.
Jake Marcus’ practice includes representation of healthcare practitioners in... more
Jake Marcus’ practice includes representation of healthcare practitioners in business matters, discrimination (gender, employment, education, disability), the full array of small business issues, HIPAA, healthcare, custody, domestic violence, criminal defense (particularly involving alcohol and controlled substances), and the myriad legal needs of the LGBT community. Marcus’ past work as an a... view profile
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