I am a business attorney who does both transactions and litigation. In business transactions, we do everything from formation of entities, contracts of all types, trademarks and licensing, due diligence and the contracts in the purchase and sa...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Business, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Contracts & Agreements
State Bar Certified Bankruptcy Specialist on your side. I can help.
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy & Debt
Super Lawyer, Prolific Author, Lecturer, Litigator. Integrity and Knowledge Combined.
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Business, Entertainment, Real Estate
William A. Daniels is a trial lawyer and shareholder with the law firm of BILL DANIELS | LAW OFFICES, APC, in Encino, California. In the class action arena, he has served as a member of the litigation team in class actions resulting in multipl...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Personal Injury, Class Action, Brain Injury
Haleh Colleen Naimi is an attorney specializing in tax and bankruptcy law. Her practice areas are diverse and include tax planning, compliance, and controversy, business formation, asset sales, reorganization and litigation. She represents busin...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Bankruptcy & Debt, Tax
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