In addition to being a CPA, lawyer and entrepreneur, Michelangelo is an avid... more
In addition to being a CPA, lawyer and entrepreneur, Michelangelo is an avid outdoors man and family man. Michelangelo has completed two 50 plus mile treks in the Rocky Mountains with his children. Michelangelo is happy to discuss your legal matters with you. Over the years Michelangelo has developed an extensive network of lawyers with which he works for matters that are not within hi... view profile
George has been involved with complex business cases for over 30 years. His cases... more
George has been involved with complex business cases for over 30 years. His cases have involved not only business issues such as restrictive covenants and shareholder disputes, but he has also represented business owners who were involved in complex international agreements as well as large numbers of plaintiffs who have been victimized by fraud or have had their civil liberties stripped away f... view profile
Lynn has an extensive, diversified background to include business leadership and... more
Lynn has an extensive, diversified background to include business leadership and management, law and the military. An experienced trial attorney and law firm executive, he has held leadership positions in several companies, to include: General Counsel-Mail Boxes, Etc., Chief Operating Officer-Colt’s Manufacturing (Colt Firearms), Chief Operating Officer-Submarina, Inc., Chief Executive Officer-... view profile
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