I am currently a managing partner with Santen & Hughes and I specialize my practice in business law and commercial litigation. I work closely with owners of privately held businesses concerning contracts, sales transactions, buying/selling busine...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Business, Estate Planning
Paul Hibberd is a founding partner of the law firm HIBBERD JOHNSON KANG COOK & ABBOTT, PLLC and focuses his time and efforts in the areas of negotiation, mediation, and trials. Mr. Hibberd has extensive experience in high asset and complex di...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Mediation, Estate Planning, Appeals, Divorce & Separation
Bilingual attorney with broad international training and education delivering legal solutions to domestic and overseas clients in areas of civil litigation; asset and estate management; investment law; and, immigration.
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, International Law, Immigration, Probate, Estate Planning
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