Nino counsels companies on a wide range of corporate, real estate, financing and... more
Nino counsels companies on a wide range of corporate, real estate, financing and business legal issues, including entity formation and business structure, corporate maintenance and governance, business transactions and contractual matters, licensing, leasing, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity and debt financing. He also handles various business litigation matters. Through his distinc... view profile
Both a trusted guide and accomplished lawyer in the areas of civil litigation, real... more
Both a trusted guide and accomplished lawyer in the areas of civil litigation, real estate, family and corporate law, my team and I are thorough, analytical, and highly responsive. When considering a case, an honest assessment is provided. More to the point, my legal team and I go to great lengths to ensure there's a valid dispute or issue before proceeding with a client's precious time and res... view profile
Henry Welles is a highly experienced Litigator of Trust and Estate, Business, and... more
Henry Welles is a highly experienced Litigator of Trust and Estate, Business, and Intellectual Property disputes. Welles is managing partner of the Indian Wells Office and chair of the Intellectual Property group with Best Best & Krieger LLP.
The law is a family profession for us. My wife, son, sister, brother and father in... more
The law is a family profession for us. My wife, son, sister, brother and father in law are lawyers, as well as six cousins, aunts and uncles. So, pride in workmanship has always been a common goal in what is a family trade. We like to believe that this pride in excellence benefits our clients.
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