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David Todd always has rooted for the underdog. He went to law school to help the little guy get a fair shake against the big and the powerful. David has been a trial lawyer since 1989.
He began his legal career practicing criminal defense and successfully trying many criminal jury trials. This experience taught him how to present a compelling case to a judge and jury under the difficult circumstance of defending someone accused of a crime.
Since changing his focus to representing Texans in family law, eminent domain and personal injury cases, his trial experience and willingness...
Mr. Landgren has trained and recruited some of the best up and coming and now leading defense attorneys working in OC.
Todd's familiarity and extensive knowledgeable of the practices of our individual Judges, their sentencing policy’s and their individual traits add unrivaled depth to the firm's strategic knowledge bank....
Mr. Mosser attended the University of...
Todd has successfully represented businesses before juries and throughout the dispute process. Todd's experience with international firms and boutiques has allowed him to represent large and...
Dallas, TX 75247
Southern Methodist University
University of Mississippi
Before moving to the Kansas City area to practice law, Todd practiced in south-central Kansas. During his tenure in south-central Kansas Todd was an assistant city attorney as well as represented defendants in multiple district courts. This position provided Todd extensive exposure to negotiating plea agreements with opposing counsel and prosecuting cases to trial. Todd has represented clients who were charged with a wide range of misdemeanors, including driving while suspended, driving under the influence, driving as a habitual violator, possession of marijuana, possession of...
After receiving his J.D. from Loyola, he...
Mr. Scalzo is an active member of the DuPage County Bar Association, the DuPage Justinian Society of (Italian-American) Lawyers, and his hometown of Wheaton.
I was born on May 8, 1959. After various stints running ski lifts at Killington Ski Area, picking apples in Putney, and traveling in Central America, I moved to Burlington, Vermont in 1981. Over the following several years, I taught skiing, flipped pizzas, sold bicycles, and worked as an adolescent and family counselor for a community action agency. I eventually went on to study law, graduating from Vermont Law School, summa cum laude (1st in my class) in 1990.
After receiving my law degree, I served as a law clerk to Associate Justice John A. Dooley of the Vermont Supreme...
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