Todd is the founder and principal attorney of Gallinger Law. He has a life long interest in the law, and how to use it to bring positive change for individuals and society. Todd is licensed to practice law in California and New York. He attended t...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Business, Estate Planning, Contracts & Agreements, Trusts
As one of Holborn Law’s co-founders and its acting president, Nesa Targhibi is an avid advocate for her clients and a savvy entrepreneur. At Holborn Law, Nesa directs the estate planning and tax law departments and shares jointly with Karel Raba i...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Family, Business, Estate Planning, Corporate & Incorporation
Karel Raba, a co-founder of Holborn Law, is devoted to championing for his clients’ needs and a passionate contributor to the legal society. At Holborn Law, Karel directs the civil litigation department and shares jointly with Nesa Targhibi in han...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Litigation
Cynthia Craig is an associate at Gibson & Hughes. Ms. Craig graduated from Simon Greenleaf School of Law, with honors (cum laude). She was a member of the Rodger J. Trainer California Moot Court Team placing in the top five, two consecutive years....
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Personal Injury
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Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Tax, Business
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