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Dan is a native of Atlanta. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, followed by a law degree from Harvard Law...
Mr. Elliott represents clients in a variety of matters including:
Civil & Business Litigation
State & Federal Regulatory/Administrative Matters
Business Transactions and Formations
Mr. Elliott is committed to helping employees who were made to feel powerless due to the improper, and oftentimes unlawful, actions of your current or former employer.
The Law Office of Patrick K. Elliott represents employees and their rights in the workplace and also represents Florida employees who were also wrongfully terminated.
Mr. Elliott’s practice areas include wrongful termination, whistleblower and retaliation, class action...
Pamela is known as a fearless advocate for local cannabis businesses across the supply chain and has been...
Beyond his employment practice, Matt helps clients resolve all types of other disputes. Representative areas of practice include will contests and estate litigation, insurance coverage, tort claims, business disputes and appeals.
Matt also regularly assists out-of-state attorneys as local counsel in Allen County and statewide.
Matt has been named to the...
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