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law firm

noun attorneys-at-law, business company, counselors-at-law, law office(s), legal practitioners, LLC, parttership, PLC
Associated concepts: prominent law firm, white glove law firms
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The McClellan Law Firm, a personal injury law firm, is proud to announce their selection for the 2016 list of U.
In this way, law firms are able to gain significant flexibility to accommodate a second attorney per office--full time or on a summer basis--in buildings where the mullion spacing and column dimension allows a periodic addition of 1-1/2 foot in width to the standard associate office dimension.
Traditionally law firms have tracked internal costs related to copy, fax, print, and long distance calling, with manual hand written systems.
The board voted 4-1 in closed session Wednesday in favor of hiring Los Angeles law firm Fulbright & Jaworski LLP to represent it, according to board member Deborah Rice.
law firms, the network includes the largest law firm in Canada--McCarthy Tetrault.
With South Florida as the center of business and trade, our lawyers are fully familiar with the laws, languages and customs of Latin America and the world, so that we can endeavor through one law firm to provide all the services and expertise required.
If you look at other countries where MDPs are allowed, it's not the law firms that are buying accounting firms; it's the accounting firms merging law firms into them.
Several cases have held that litigation costs advanced under contingent fee arrangements were not currently deductible, because the law firm had the right to be reimbursed from the recovery.
Some law firms, such as McDermott Will & Emery in Chicago, however, are using a different tack.
law firms are more comfortable using an outsourcing firm based in their home country, but want the cost efficiencies that can sometimes only be achieved by utilizing offshore facilities.
The seminar is free of cost to legal professionals and is targeted to law firms with significant clients within the real estate industry, especially those firms that represent commercial owners and developers.
Reflecting Miami's role as the financial and corporate touchstone of Latin America, the law firm of Steel Hector & Davis LLP is now the fulcrum for U.

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