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Phillip M. Lynch, Jr., has practiced law for over thirty years in the New Orleans area and
focuses on successions, real estate matters, and family law issues. In 1996, he was
elected as Justice of the Peace and served two 6-year terms in Ward Four of St.
Tammany Parish. He was also Captain of Professional Standards and a Staff Attorney
for the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office. A former president of the Greater Covington
Bar Association, he served the LSBA’s House of Delegates, and its MCLE Committee.
A former reserve deputy in Calcasieu, East Baton Rouge, and St. Tammany Parishes,
he is a...
Dayne is the 2018 President of the South CarolinHa Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is a former circuit representative on that organization's Board of Directors. He is also a graduate of the National Criminal Defense...
Ron’s current practice centers almost exclusively on criminal defense and he has successfully defended cases ranging anywhere from murder to simple traffic tickets. As a lawyer,...
He was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. He attended college in the United Kingdom and Law School in New York.
He opened Grant Phillips Law, PLLC – 17 years ago.
In the past, he has worked for some of the largest and most prestigious law firms in New York City, as well as In House for two publicly traded companies.
Grant is well known for his articles on debt, bankruptcy and debt relief and has been...
Mr. Phillips devotes a significant portion of his practice to business litigation. The types of cases that he has handled in this regard have included trade secret misappropriation, contract breaches, partner and shareholder actions, and purchase and sale disputes. Mr. Phillips also has extensive...
At the Phillips Law Offices, we represent real people, not claim numbers. Unlike some firms that represent both insurance companies and individuals, we represent only individuals and families. That's because we are always on your side, not just when it's in our interest.
Injury Law for the 21st century: Traditionally, a call to a lawyer meant making an appointment, driving to an office to meet in person, parking and waiting just to ask a few questions or sign papers. Today’s internet-connected consumers are no longer satisfied with face-to-face meetings as the sole way of doing business....
A founding member of Phillips Golden LLP, Steve is a tax and business attorney in Austin, Texas, USA. He has been continuously Board Certified in Tax Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1994.
His and his firm's passion is to engage and collaborate with domestic and international entrepreneurs and investors to help them identify, grow, enjoy, and monetize their real and intangible assets, ideas, and resources here and abroad.
Prior to starting his current law firm he was a founding member and senior partner with the law firm of Phillips & Lyon. For more than forty years he limited his practice to representing only injured people. During his time with Phillips and Lyon he personally represented all the significantly injured...
Ohio State University - Columbus
After graduating in 2007, Adam relocated to Lander to begin his legal career with the Fremont County Attorney's Office. He worked as a prosecutor until 2012 when he opened a general and trial...
Mr. Phillips graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology and was an I.T. consultant in both public and private sectors before focusing on the practice of law. After attending law school at Pennsylvania State University, Mr. Phillips worked as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Fairfax County where he amassed significant trial experience, handling thousands of misdemeanors and felony cases, while taking over 100 cases to jury and bench trials in the county’s Circuit Court.
He founded a private practice, Jonathan...
Mr. Phillips practice has been devoted exclusively to the field of matrimonial and family law since he was first admitted in New York in 1974. He is a member of the Rockland County Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and, the American Bar Association and is a member of the Family Law Sections of all of those bar associations. Mr. Phillips served on the Board of Managers, and then served as a vice president of the New York Chapter from 2002 to 2004, and then again served on the Board of Managers. He has lectured on various...
Suffolk University Law School
After honorable discharge from the military, returned to Savannah to practice law. From 1984-1993 was partner in the number one Plaintiffs' firm in Savannah. Since 1993 has been in private practice either solo or as Senior Partner, since 2012 as Phillips Carson & Phillips.
Served in the Georgia Legislature 1979-1984; Jaycee Man of the Year 1982; graduate of...
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