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  • Regency Legal Clinic
    Regency Legal Clinic is a general practice firm, concentrating in bankruptcy, divorce/family law, and criminal/traffic/DUI defense. We provide high quality legal representation at low cost attorney fees.
  • Robert H. Smallenberg, P.C.
    Robert H. Smallenberg, P.C. strives to provide quality legal services for all of our client' needs - big and small.
  • Ron Feinman, Esq.
    Practice includes a focus on sophisticated estate and charitable planning, especially creative wealth and business transfer strategies. Assistance can be provided with design and placement of life insurance trusts, innovative split dollar arangements, family partnerships and LLC's, and other tax saving vehicles. Additionally, the firm provides consulting and design and placement assistance for structured settlement annuities and other solutions.
  • Sheri R. Abrams, P.C. Attorney at Law
    Law firm that specializes in Social Security Disability Law in Virginia, DC and Maryland. Free Consultation. No Fee Unless Benefits Awarded.
  • Social Services Staff Attorney
    Practice emphasizes representation of Virginia local departments of social services in matters relating to child abuse and neglect, foster care, and adult abuse and neglect. Will consult with parents and guardians ad litem outside of localities represented.
  • Stiehm Law Office
    Patrick Stiehm has extensive experience in the private practice of law, (14 years) the business sector (10 years), both on the legal side, i.e., General Counsel of a publicly traded company and the business side, (various positions) and in government at the state level as a District Attorney, and at the Federal level as SBA District Counsel in Phoenix and Washington. His professional activities and honors have included, Participation in Wisconsin Judicare 1974-1980, Wisconsin State Public Defender Program, Private Bar Participation 1979-1980, a Presidential Letter of Commendation for authoring to major parts of an SBA Inspector Generals report on improving collection of debts due the government 1982, a Letter of Commendation from the U.S. Attorney’s Office (DC) for work in the trial of a sensitive personnel case, Instructor Department of Justice Trial Advocacy Course, 1983-1986, CLE Instructor, Financing the Debtor in Possession, 1996, Philadelphia Bar Education Center, Legal Services of Northern Virginia, Pro Bono Housing Clinic 1998-1999, Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program 1998-Present, Legal Services of Northern Virginia Domestic Violence Program 1999-2000 Legal Services of Northern Virginia, Employment Project, 2000, Legal Services of Northern Virginia, Divorce Clinic 2000, Award of Merit from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, in connection with handling a difficult Hague Convention case. Trial Experience (both private sector and government) has included trying to verdict approximately 35 jury trials and approximately 250 bench trails. He has authored a number of Articles, including: "Assignment of a Cause of Action and Federal Diversity Jurisdiction," The Form Vol.25 No.4 (1987); “The History of Factoring,” The Commercial Factor Vol 1 No. 1 (Summer 1999) and “Ok, Tell Me, What’s So Great About Full Recourse Factoring?,” The Commercial Factor Vol 1 No. 2 (Fall 1999); “Closing Clients Electronically,” The Commercial Factor Vol 3 No. 1 (Winter 2001) His reported case include: Haskin, et al vs. Corporacion Inular de Seguris, et al, 666 Fed Supp 349 (District of Puerto Rico, 1997); 14 Vet.App. 137 (US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, 2001); Hazbun Escaf v. Rodriquez, 191 F. Supp. 2d 685 2002 (Eastern District of Virginia)(Hazbun I) and Hazbun Escaf v. Rodriquez, ____ F. Supp. 2d ____ 2002 (Eastern District of Virginia) (Hazbun II).
  • Stites & Harbison
    Stites & Harbison is the leading business and litigation law firm providing advocacy and counsel to Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana and the nation's businesses. The firm focuses on sophisticated business transactions, difficult litigation and complex regulatory issues.
  • tax attorney
    tax controversies, white collar criminal, civil tax, eggshell audits, collection, tax litigation in U.S. District Courts and U.S. Tax Court
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