Richard J. Symmes, Esq. is a Seattle native and the principal attorney at Symmes Law... more
Richard J. Symmes, Esq. is a Seattle native and the principal attorney at Symmes Law Group, PLLC. Mr. Symmes currently focuses his practice on bankruptcy and debt settlement matters and is an experienced bankruptcy advocate, having filed and prepared numerous bankruptcy petitions prior to starting his own firm. Mr. Symmes is also well versed in business, trademark, and sports and enterta... view profile
Hello! Patents and trademarks are my focus. I have expertise in electrical... more
Hello! Patents and trademarks are my focus. I have expertise in electrical engineering, telecommunications,computer hardware and software, RFID, Internet, and medical device technologies. For over 16 years, I have helped clients obtain and enforce theirintellectual propertyworldwide.
Justin P. Walsh is the principal of Issaquah Legal Services. Justin has represented... more
Justin P. Walsh is the principal of Issaquah Legal Services. Justin has represented Plaintiffs in complex personal injury and medical malpractice cases, including wrongful death claims. He has represented corporations in defense of class action complaints. He has worked with business formation, and has helped businesses navigate the complex world of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, CAN-SP... view profile
Based out of Seattle, Washington. I specialize in Bankruptcy and Business Law with... more
Based out of Seattle, Washington. I specialize in Bankruptcy and Business Law with an emphasis in corporate formation, contracts and real estate. I also am an avid commentator on issues related to combat sports including mixed martial arts.
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