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Chad has been around the law most of his life. His father Jerry Parker was a lawyer for over 40 years in Tyler, Texas. Hard work and preparation are the core values of Chad’s practice. After attending Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler, Chad then attended and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin before going to South Texas College of Law in Houston. He obtained his license from the State Bar of Texas to practice law in...
Mr. Parker advises existing and start-up investment advisers, including advisers required to be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission or with one or more state regulatory agencies. The landscape of regulation in this area of law is constantly shifting, requiring in most instances...
In 2009, Kris was hired as an Assistant State Attorney with Florida's Sixth Judicial Circuit which is located in the Clearwater/Saint Petersburg area. As a state prosecutor, Kris tried 42 jury trials, hundreds of evidentiary motions, and a handful of appeals....
Since her admission to the Bar, Meredith has focused her practice exclusively on family law matters in Wake County, including...
As reminders of the past, Brad hangs on to mementos from cases that...
Helene has also been a consultant for international child abduction (Hague Convention) cases and has mediated those types of cases for federal and state courts.
Helene is also licensed to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern and...
Graham joined the firm in 2020 and brought with him over 10 years of civil litigation experience. He is a graduate of the...
Program in Medical Sciences (PIMS) 1975-1977, Florida State University
Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D. 1980
Licensed to practice law in North Carolina since 1981 with 38 years of experience in personal injury
Member, Million Dollar Advocates Forum (limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for their clients)
Member, North Carolina Advocates for Justice (formerly North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers)
Member, Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Member, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, Mecklenburg County Bar
NC Court of Appeals successful decision, Roush v. Kennon, 188 N.C.App. 570 (2008) (dental malpractice)
Editor, 2nd Edition, North Carolina...
Andrew gained admission to the Ohio State Bar Association after graduating from Law School at the University of Toledo in 2003. He earned his undergraduate degree from John Carroll University.
Andrew is a past president of the Medina County Bar Association and has previously served as the association’s president-elect, vice president, treasurer, and secretary. Andrew is a...
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