Lisa Robinson joined the Law Offices of Marc Grossman in mid 2009. She has a passion for helping people through their bankrutpcy. While attending Loyola Law School, Lisaworked for the Cancer Legal Resource Center and helped cancer patients know th...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense
Joel D. Peterson is an attorney who has spent over 20 years assisting his employers and clients meet and overcome their business and legal challenges. In 1988 Joel graduated from Pacific Union College, located in the Napa Valley, with two bachelo...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Business, Employment & Labor, Health Care
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