Julie Isen, Esq. is an Associate at Edward Cross & Associates focusing her practice... more
Julie Isen, Esq. is an Associate at Edward Cross & Associates focusing her practice on civil litigation. Cross & Associates practices Construction and Business Law and other Transactional services. Ms. Isen graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and earned certificates in Religious and Jewish Studies. She graduated law sch... view profile
For more than 23 years I have devoted my law practice exclusively to litigation. I... more
For more than 23 years I have devoted my law practice exclusively to litigation. I handle business litigation from both the defense and plaintiff's perspective in a variety of areas, including real estate, labor and employment, agri-business, unfair competition, contract, media, and corporate, partnership and LLC disputes, in both the state and federal courts. I have also developed a litigati... view profile
Raeet (Rita) D. Taddesse is a Partner with Fernandez Lauby LLP. She has handled a... more
Raeet (Rita) D. Taddesse is a Partner with Fernandez Lauby LLP. She has handled a wide variety of complex matters, including quasi class actions, professional liability, securities fraud, intellectual property, trade secrets, unfair competition, slip fall, construction accidents, construction defect, antitrust, banking, real estate, community association, and insurance litigation. Ms. Taddess... view profile
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