Ashish S. Joshi is a shareholder attorney with Lorandos Joshi. Ashish's practice... more
Ashish S. Joshi is a shareholder attorney with Lorandos Joshi. Ashish's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, international litigation and dispute resolution and white-collar criminal defense. Ashish has represented and/or advised corporations, other entities and individuals on a wide range of matters: Commercial / International Litigation: Theft of Trade Secrets, Copyri... view profile
***Any public questions on Avvo are posted anonymously.*** Lisa currently volunteers... more
***Any public questions on Avvo are posted anonymously.*** Lisa currently volunteers at the Washtenaw County Public Defender office in the Child Abuse and Neglect division. She represents children as guardian ad litem, and defends parents against abuse and neglect charges at the direction of the Assistant Public Defender assigned to the division. Previously, Lisa worked as an intern... view profile
I am a fourth year associate at Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. Currently, I am... more
I am a fourth year associate at Pear Sperling Eggan & Daniels, P.C. Currently, I am engaged in a general civil practice with an emphasis on the following practice areas: commercial litigation; insurance coverage; landlord-tenant relations; commercial leasing; probate estates; and, insurance coverage. PSED Law is one of the oldest law firms in Washtenaw County, Michigan, maintaing offices in... view profile
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