I grew up in a small, rural Arkansas town where the local "county seat lawyers" were true community leaders--people whom others turned to for all types of advice, whether personal, financial, legal or otherwise. In addition, they were active in...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Real Estate, Corporate & Incorporation
Review: “Mr. Goodwin is as professional as he is talented. Throughout my case, I was treated as if I was his most important client. The fiercest of advocates, I cannot recommend Brian enough.”
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Litigation, Defective and Dangerous Products, Medical Malpractice, Mediation
His background includes an B.S. from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), and after serving five years to the rank of Captain and as a jet instructor pilot in the USAF, a law degree from Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago). In...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Construction & Development, Real Estate
I joined Burch & Cracchiolo in 2000 as a shareholder after practicing for sixteen years at Horne, Bistrow & Dulberg P.C. Before I moved to Arizona in 1984, I served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office from...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Construction & Development
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