Brent applies a client-centered approach to his practice of law and focuses in the... more
Brent applies a client-centered approach to his practice of law and focuses in the areas of Business, Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation and Real Estate law. He identifies multiple courses of action; gives straightforward advice and diligently works with you to achieve results. Drawing from his military experience, Brents diverse clientele has prepared him to serve a wide variety of clients, ran... view profile
Glenn is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm. The focus of his practice is litigation,... more
Glenn is a shareholder with CGA Law Firm. The focus of his practice is litigation, which includes both criminal matters and civil actions such as commercial, construction and consumer disputes, estate disagreements, as well as municipal law. He advises and represents his clients on a variety of legal issues, including: Criminal defense. Commencement and defense of civil actions. Evaluat... view profile
Evan Pappas is a shareholder in the Firm and a member of the Firm’s Litigation... more
Evan Pappas is a shareholder in the Firm and a member of the Firm’s Litigation Department and Intellectual Property Group. Mr. Pappas regularly handles many areas of civil litigation, primarily representing commercial and business clients. He represents corporations, limited liability companies, mortgage companies, financial institutions, title companies, real estate developers, man... view profile
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