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In 2016, Renée was honored with a Department of Justice Award for her work recovering billions of dollars under the False Claims Act and Whistleblower Law. She also received the Council...
Cory then attended Texas Tech University School of Law from 2011 to 2014 graduating with both his Juris Doctorate and master’s in business administration. After taking the bar exam, Cory moved to Abilene where he began...
Taylor graduated from the Baylor Law School. She attended this prestigious university with a full-tuition scholarship. As a law student, she balanced her studies with a variety of extracurricular work, serving as Secretary and Executive Vice-President for the Student Bar Association and working as an editing assistant for professor Gerald Powell, director of...
Largo, FL 33773
Before becoming an attorney, Ben spent the majority of his professional career as an investment banker and mortgage banker, purchasing mortgage loans from other banks. Ben’s prior banking career also included managing hundreds of...
Oakland, CA 94612
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North Andover, MA 01845
Massachusetts School of Law
Clientele has ranged from individuals to large institutions, including Bank of America, HSBC, Wells Fargo, Washington Mutual, Wachovia, Zions Bank and others in judicial and non-judicial proceedings (primarily regarding...
Mr. Sagafi has represented a wide array of workers throughout the country, including HVAC service technicians,...
After receiving his degree, Mr. Jenkins spent almost seven years prosecuting statewide for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Wells Fargo, Vanderbilt Mortgage, LLC, and several large local and national lending institutions and banks. This gave him a clear understanding of how the debt collection process worked from the creditor's side. He then established the Law Offices of Daniel C. Jenkins, LLC, to work...
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