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He has extensive criminal and real estate litigation experience and has zealously advocated on behalf of disenfranchised individuals as well as distressed and victimized homeowners.
Bruce has negotiated and resolved real estate related criminal matters with the United States Attorney’s Office of both the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
His extensive criminal defense background has enabled him to adopt a trial advocacy approach to addressing the myriad complex issues inherent in foreclosure...
After college, John attended Tulane University Law School. While at Tulane, John discovered his love for litigation and trial. He represented Tulane's American Association for Justice Mock Trial Team in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, his 2L year and coached the team in his 3L year. In addition to his participation in mock trial, John served as a student attorney for the Tulane Domestic Violence Clinic, where he fought for the rights of...
He has extensive experience in tort and business litigation, including copyright, trademark and other intellectual property or Lanham Act disputes, product liability, fraud, business competition and dissolution claims. Wade has handled and tried high risk cases to successful verdicts.
Wade represents multiple small and medium sized companies and closely held businesses. He also...
In June of 1997, Governor Frank Keating appointed Chuck to serve as the District Attorney for Tulsa County. During his service as the District Attorney, Chuck led the office in implementing policies for approval of criminal charges,...
Mr. Richardson has been continually recognized by Utah Business magazine as one of Utah’s Legal Elite for his work in real estate. He has also been continuously named one of the top real estate lawyers in Utah by Chambers’ America’s Leading Business Lawyers and by Mountain States Super Lawyers.
Prior to joining Parr Brown, Mr. Richardson was an associate with Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft in North Carolina for four years. In 1998, he earned a B.A....
Ms. Mattes attended The Pennsylvania State University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Communications Studies emphasizing ethics and philosophy. She graduated from the Villanova University School of Law and began her early practice as an Assistant Public Defender...
Redlands, CA 92373
Northwestern Univ School of Law
Began legal career in 1999, at the height of dot-com expansion. Have remained heavily engaged in Internet law, start-up corporate matters, technology, and intellectual property ever since (from Y2K to bitcoin, and everything in between).
I have registered "Sixth Sense for Law and Business" as a service mark in the United States, and that is the firm's mantra.
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