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At the Law Office of Joseph M. West, P.C., I work efficiently and effectively on behalf of a diverse group of clients, including large corporations, small and family businesses, and individuals from all walks of life. From my southeast Michigan o...
Practice areas: Litigation, Business, Appeals, Real Estate
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Practice areas: Litigation, Class Action, Antitrust & Trade Law, Securities & Investment Fraud
Ashish S. Joshi is a shareholder attorney with Lorandos Joshi. Ashish's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, international litigation and dispute resolution and white-collar criminal defense. Ashish has represented and/or advised...
Practice areas: Litigation, Criminal Defense
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