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Prior to starting his own practice, James worked at the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. While in law school, he also worked at the Reynoldsburg City Attorney’s Office, where he served as a Prosecutor at the Reynoldsburg Mayor’s Court, and also worked at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. He formerly served as the Village Solicitor of Alexandria, Ohio.
Prior to attending law school, James lived for several years in...
Attorney Sweeney started out his career as a trial attorney representing the state of Florida in criminal matters as an Assistant State Attorney for the Fourth Judicial Court of Florida. Subsequently, he moved on to gain a deep understanding of real estate law and civil litigation while practicing with large international and national law firms representing the world’s largest financial institutions.
Prior to joining Krutch Lindell, Nate worked for a national insurance defense firm and defended personal injury lawsuits on behalf of insurers and corporations. This gave Nate a unique understanding of the defense’s...
Bo earned an academic scholarship and attended UCLA Law School. He interned with Chief Justice Christine M. Durham of the Utah Supreme Court and later worked as an associate for Barney McKenna & Olmstead, P.C.
He has been a member of the Rotary Club and...
Prior to joining Tully Rinckey, Sara was an Associate in an Albany law firm, where she practiced in the area of real estate law and handled both commercial and residential transactions. Sara also represented commercial mortgage lenders in complex transactions, including SBA loan closings, secured transactions, construction lending work and co-lending and intercreditor arrangements.
Sara previously worked as a Law Clerk for a commercial litigation law firm with offices in Los...
Over the years I have taught law courses as an adjunct instructor at several schools and colleges.
I offer an initial, free consultation so that you can judge whether I am a good fit as your attorney. That initial consultation will involve a...
Locally, I represent and advise individuals and small businesses in a wide array of legal issues, including, but not limited to: landlord/tenant matters, real estate transfers, LLC and small business formation, and small business consulting.
Internationally, I provide legal advice and guidance to consumer product manufacturers, importers, distributors, and retailers, to ensure compliance with all applicable U.S. federal and state laws and regulations. As a former Trial Attorney with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, I represent companies in compliance and other...
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