Sean's law practice is focused primarily on technology ventures, such as software,... more
Sean's law practice is focused primarily on technology ventures, such as software, wireless telecommunications, and Internet-related companies, as well as firms in the visual effects, concept art and emerging media space. Sean's sixteen years of diverse legal experience make him well-suited to act as a "virtual general counsel" to his venture clients, guiding such enterprises through the comple... view profile
Brock Phillips is a founding partner of the Pacific West Law Group and Kessenick,... more
Brock Phillips is a founding partner of the Pacific West Law Group and Kessenick, Phillips Gamma with almost 30 years experience as a health care attorney. He is a 1980 graduate of the University of California Hastings College of Law and an experienced trial and appellate attorney specializing in the areas of physician credentialing and peer review, health care regulatory issues, medical malpr... view profile
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