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Matt brings almost a decade of business experience with him to Anchors Smith Grimsley. As an entrepreneur, Matt has owned and managed two businesses; a pressure washing company, which was sold, and a collection agency which he still operates. Matt’s career started as a manager of a finance company branch with a $10 million loan portfolio and over 800 customers. Next, he accepted a position with Sage pursuing advanced collections. In those endeavors, Matt earned several promotions and multiple awards...
My time in the military and especially my youth in the streets of New York has taught me much about dealing with difficult situations. I am grateful for that education and I employ it to help my clients.
I wasn't born with a silver spoon and relate well to others who worked their way up.
My practice is devoted solely to Personal Injury and Wrongful Death cases on behalf of injured persons. I have never nor will I ever...
With respect to franchise law, the firm creates and reviews Franchise Disclosure Documents (FDDs), prepares and files state franchise registrations, advises on franchise relationship matters, negotiates franchise-related contracts, helps U.S. companies expand internationally through franchising and licensing, helps international companies franchise in the United States, and provides other franchise legal services.
With respect to business sales and acquisitions, the firm represents buyers and sellers...
Mr. Smith uses his trial and negotiation skills in a general practice where he has developed expertise in representing men and women in criminal matters, DUI/OVI matters, unemployment appeals and labor matters. He resides in Huron, Ohio, helping Smith Law Offices to easily reach its resources along the northern coast of Ohio, from Cleveland to Toledo.
In addition to her practice as an attorney, Lisa is also a certified Guardian Ad Litem.
Before earning a Juris Doctor from the South Texas College of Law Houston, Mr. Smith attended Loyola University New Orleans. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.
Previously working as an investment advisor for a large brokerage firm and...
ABOTA (see: www.abota.org) is a nationwide invitation-only organization of trial attorneys with
significant experience trying cases to jury verdict, about half of whose members represent
Plaintiffs and half advocate for Defendants. Among other stiff requirements, ABOTA demands that its prospective members have experience trying as lead counsel a minimum significant number of cases to a jury verdict as one of a number of strict conditions to being invited to become a member. Even after inviting a lawyer to join, ABOTA subjects the invitee/nominee prospective...
After graduation from Penn State law school, Jared served as the Senior Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Jennifer Harlacher Sibum of the Monroe County Court of Common Pleas. During his tenure as a law clerk, Jared developed and utilized the research, writing, and analytical skills which are required of a successful attorney. Jared was also able to actively participate in several areas of law, including criminal, civil, family law, and civil forfeiture matters. He was active in the Monroe County Bar Association, and became a source of advice for...
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