John M. Hyams received his BA degree from West Virginia University in 1998 and earned his Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law in 2001. John’s areas of practice include: Bankruptcy Law Debtor and Creditor Law Business Law...
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Business, Real Estate
David is currently a government lawyer in Harrisburg employed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania since 2003. Prior to that he was in private practice for twenty years in the Philadelphia area.
Practice areas & skills: Lawsuits & Disputes, Government, Business, Real Estate, Employment & Labor
Ms. Good primarily focuses her practice on family law; specifically divorce, child custody and support. She also practices Collaborative Law which is a type of dispute resolution that aids spouses in resolving their divorce issues by negotiating a...
Practice areas & skills: Family, Business
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Life sciences and biotechnology attorneys advise companies that combine technology and biology to create new advances in areas like molecular biology, immunology, genetic materials, gene therapy, pharmaceuticals, and drug delivery. Biotechnology lawyers understand intellectual property and health care, and usually have a technological undergraduate degree, allowing them to understand the creative process and the end result. If you run a biotechnology firm engaged in innovative medical research, or if you're an entrepreneur with a cutting-edge laboratory discovery, you should consult an attorney with life science and biotechnology experience.