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Review: “I have relied upon Mike's expertise in environmental litigation and permitting for years. Mike has strong technical knowledge of the field and very good relations in the regulatory and legal communities. He excels a...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Environmental and Natural Resources, Federal Regulation, Energy & Utilities
Jack has been litigating on behalf of plaintiffs in complex contingency fee cases for a decade. Clients typically don't pay him by the hour. He only gets paid by defendants if his clients win. Jack represents individuals and businesses in a varie...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Employment & Labor, Class Action, Personal Injury
I work as General Counsel for National Crop Insurance Services. National Crop Insurance Services is an international not-for-profit organization representing the 17 crop insurance companies that sell multi-peril crop insurance, as well as others t...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Government, Business, Antitrust & Trade Law
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