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David B. Consiglio conducts a general law practice focusing on the areas of civil litigation, municipal and school law, workers' compensation, and labor and employment law. David is a partner at Miller, Kistler & Campbell and has been with the fir...
Practice areas: Litigation, Education, Workers Compensation, Employment & Labor
John R. Miller, III is a native of Centre County who grew up as an attorney's son, so it was only natural that John would want to be an attorney too. He focuses his practice on real estate, estate planning, and estate administration matters, in ad...
Practice areas: Litigation, State, Local And Municipal Law, Probate, Education, Estate Planning
Scott C. Etter, Ph.D. has extensive experience in construction, school law, civil rights, and personal injury litigation. He has appeared before and represented clients in mediations, arbitrations, hearings, trials, and appeals conducted through t...
Practice areas: Litigation, Education, Employment & Labor, Construction & Development, Corporate & Incorporation
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