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Mr. Ben-Cohen represents clients in civil and criminal tax matters, including voluntary disclosures, offshore matters, audits,...
By handling over 100 cases a year, my firm is establishing a new way of compelling courts and authorities to listen to all of the facts in pet related cases such as: pet custody matters, dangerous dog hearings, wrongful pet injury and dog bite law suits.
Having co-parented Jesse the German shepherd and now Maisey, our Golden retriever, my family and I are amazed daily by the...
Ms. Ashley has been selected as an Illinois Super Lawyer every year since 2016 and is recognized as a Leading Lawyer by Law Bulletin Media, an honor given to the top 5 percent of...
After hearing 7 weeks of evidence and witnesses, the jury returned with the largest verdict in Hudson County history. Immediately following the verdict, numerous post-verdict filings were made by both the plaintiff and the defense. Over one year after the verdict, the trial judge determined that it had given improper instructions to the jury, as a consequence of the opinions expressed in the text of an unrelated decision released on a different case (that had...
Thereafter, Mr. Cohen was an associate attorney with Mound Cotton & Wollan, a prestigious litigation firm in Manhattan where he handled a variety of complex fraud matters and defended international corporations and criminal defendants.
In late 1990, Mr. Cohen left Mound Cotton & Wollan to start the Law Office of Mark I. Cohen, his own Criminal Defense practice in Manhattan....
Ms. Blair graduated from the Menlo College, Atherton, California where she was a magna cum laude graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business. Ms. Blair then received her juris doctor degree from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California and was admitted to the California and Federal bars in 2002.
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