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Mr. Papaefthimiou is a litigation, trial and appellate lawyer focusing in class action, intellectual property, consumer rights and employment disputes. In his 10 years of practice, he has taken multiple cases to trial in both federal and state co...
Practice areas: Litigation, Intellectual Property, Appeals, Consumer Protection, Class Action
I represent companies and individuals in disputes against insurance companies. I am thankful to have been a shareholder at Anderson Kill, the nation’s leading law firm in representing policyholders in insurance coverage disputes. I am now with t...
Practice areas: Litigation, Insurance
I specialize in defending employers in a range of labor and employment disputes, including those involving alleged wage and hour violations (individual and class action), employment discrimination, workplace harassment, wrongful termination, retal...
Practice areas: Litigation, Class Action, Discrimination, Employment & Labor
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