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Since her admission to the Bar, Meredith has focused her practice exclusively on family law matters in Wake County, including...
Mr. O'Bryan is a member of the Ride-Sharing Committee in the American Association for Justice, discussing the legal matters involving UBER and LYFT, and is a member...
Before devoting her practice to representing plaintiffs, Kristine represented medical device manufacturers, doctors, and hospitals, serving as part of the national defense counsel teams for medical device manufacturers in multi-district federal litigation cases. She, therefore, has a thorough...
John earned a BBA from the University of North Georgia, where he was on academic scholarship, participated in ROTC military training and was on the college tennis team. John then earned an MBA from Georgia Tech, where he served as a Research Assistant.
John headed to Texas to Baylor Law School on an academic scholarship. During law school, he was a summer associate with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corp in Germany. Upon graduation, John practiced law in the trial section at Woodard, Hall & Primm in Houston.
From 1987 to 1993, Julie was employed as a Staff Attorney for the Honorable J. Wendell Roberts, US Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District of Kentucky.
In 1994, Julie started her own...
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