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After almost three years of practicing in New Hampshire, Mr. Barnes relocated to the Boston area and began working at a mid-sized firm located in Boston, Massachusetts where he represented plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial litigation disputes, insurance and tort defense, premises liability, employment matters, construction litigation, and professional practices.
Mr. Barnes then joined CHA&E in 2015 as an associate in the firm's...
Upon graduation, Scott C. Barnes passed the Florida Bar Exam, earning one of the highest scores on the state exam. As a result, the Florida Supreme Court selected Scott to speak on behalf of the new inductees at the First District Attorney Induction...
Loomis, CA 95650
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
His practice emphasizes social security disability and estate planning and probate.
Mr. Barnes graduated from the Ball State University School of Business in 1975, and has been in private practice for more than 20 years since graduating from the Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis.
Mr. Barnes is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association (Estate Planning and Administration Section) and the...
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