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Practice areas: Litigation, Trademark Application, Intellectual Property, Patent Application, Copyright Application
Jim’s practice primarily focuses on business law, real estate, contracts, and commercial litigation. He has represented clients in a variety of fields ranging from LLC formation to litigated construction disputes. Mr. Phillips has assisted clients...
Practice areas: Litigation, Real Estate, Business, Contracts & Agreements
Review: “Listened to concerns and gave honest info. Didn't promise millions of dollars- gave realistic figures. Actually got more than expected. Always returned phone calls and kept me in the loop.”
Practice areas: Litigation, Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accident, Trucking Accident, Personal Injury
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