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Jim Hurley and John Cooper set up Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers in 2011. The firm recently appointed a third partner, Bill O’Mara, and has three other associate attorneys. Although the firm has grown rapidly and is now in new offices in downtown Norfolk, it...
In his practice, he deals with family law trials often involving large marital estates, complex custody issues and post-judgment enforcement issues. He also frequently receives referrals from other members of the family bar requesting that he try or co-chair their family cases that have little or no prospect of settlement.
Attorney Flaherty also utilizes private mediation to assist couples seeking to amicably end their...
Jim currently represents a wide range of both plaintiff and defendant clients in commercial and real estate litigation, consumer class actions, professional liability of attorneys, accountants and real estate brokers, medical malpractice, serious personal injury and wrongful death, and First Amendment and defamation issues.
In addition to his trial practice, Jim is a past Director of the Hawaii State Bar Association, past Governor of the Consumer Lawyers of Hawaii, a member of the Hawaii Chief Justice’s...
Jim graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law...
Since leaving the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2004, Mr. Sallah has represented national and regional brokerage firms, as well as publicly traded companies and individuals, in a variety of matters, including SEC, FINRA, stock exchange, and state regulatory investigations, congressional investigations, internal investigations, federal and state lawsuits, administrative actions, and arbitrations. He has successfully handled matters through trial, arbitration, and regulatory enforcement proceedings. Mr. Sallah has also represented individuals in Congressional...
The McGee Law Firm handles DWI cases in New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender counties in North Carolina.
The DWI laws are different in every state, and North Carolina's are some of the toughest in the nation. If you're arrested for DWI in North Carolina, you're going to need a tough attorney. I am known for working hard for my clients, not merely providing a cookie cutter defense based on a ten minute analysis,...
-Rated “Superb”, the highest classification possible by AVVO, the organization that rates every attorney in the nation.
-Recognized as one of the "Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyers" by The National Trial Lawyers. This designation is only reserved for the “best of the best” and only for a very few distinguished attorneys.
-Named a "Best DWI Attorney" by Best DWI Attorney in 2017.
Besides having his Juris Doctor (JD) Law Degree with concentration on...
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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