Todd Turoci, a practicing attorney for over 20 years says his practice can be summed... more
Todd Turoci, a practicing attorney for over 20 years says his practice can be summed up in three simple words: Experience, Integrity, and Professionalism. He has dedicated his career to helping residents and businesses in the High Desert obtain meaningful debt relief solutions. He provides each client with an in-depth examination of their financial situation and helps them make informed dec... view profile
I am a trial attorney and partner with Slovak, BaronEmpey Murphy PinkneyLLP.... more
I am a trial attorney and partner with Slovak, BaronEmpey Murphy PinkneyLLP. Currently, my practice is primarily complex civil litigation (contract, land use, trade secrets, unfair business practicesand intellectual property) and plaintiff's personal injury with an emphasis on the transmission of sexually-transmitted disease claims. Depending on the nature of the case, I handle both hourly-fee... 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.
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