Marty Stoll is an attorney and Senior Vice President at Shuttleworth & Ingersoll, P.L.C. Marty's work focuses on real estate law, creditor rights, commercial litigation, and general business law. Marty also represents victims of financial and civi...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Business, Real Estate, Debt & Lending Agreements, Banking
At the helm of Wandro & Associates, PC since establishing the firm in 1996, Steve Wandro draws on over 25 years of experience and solid relationships in the statewide legal community to achieve results for his clients. He relishes the challenges o...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, General Practice, Litigation, Bankruptcy & Debt
Ronald C. Martin is a shareholder of Day Rettig Martin, P.C., whose practice focuses on litigation, debt restructuring, and bankruptcy. His practice involves assisting business owners, farmers, and individuals with their financial matters.
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Bankruptcy & Debt, Litigation, Employment & Labor
I have represented clients in a broad range of litigated conflicts including defending clients in state and federal courts. My experience includes defending product liability claims (personal injury and product performance), employment contests, ...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, General Practice, Defective and Dangerous Products, Employment & Labor
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