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Beyond my resume, there are only three things you know need to know about me: 1) I pick up the phone when clients call. 2) I am more interested in making the client happy than making an extra few dollars. 3) In obtaining the best outcome for...
Practice areas: Litigation, Personal Injury, Intellectual Property, Corporate & Incorporation
Larry Shulman - formerly the chair of the Criminal Defense, Forfeiture, and Licensing Practice at a top michigan criminal defense firm, name partner at Rubin & Shulman, PLLC and of counsel to one of the largest law firms in the United State...
Practice areas: Litigation, Federal Crime, White Collar Crime, Criminal Defense
Mr. Weston has been practicing law since his admission to the Michigan Bar in 2006. He began his career with a firm specializing in all aspects of civil litigation focusing primarily on the defense of claims against businesses, churches, general c...
Practice areas: Litigation, Probate, Estate Planning
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