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Rebecca focuses her practice exclusively on cybersecurity and data privacy.
In 1997 he founded Bauman Medical Group in Boca Raton, Florida, his private practice exclusively dedicated to the treatment of hair loss in men and women.
Rigano, who has concentrated his practice exclusively in environmental law for almost decades has extensive experience in subsurface contamination and solid waste issues.
In fiscal year 2005, a little less than half of the waiver requests were for physicians to practice exclusively primary care.
Specialty: Preference should be given to physicians who practice exclusively in family/general practice, general internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, or general pediatrics--not subspecialists, who spend minimal time serving as primary care providers.
IPC's physicians and affiliated providers practice exclusively in hospitals or other inpatient facilities, including acute, sub-acute and long-term care settings.
A member of the bar association since 1966, Panitch has focused his practice exclusively on intellectual property law, including licensing and counseling in both patent and trademark matters, throughout his career.
that will practice exclusively in the areas of tax planning-, tax litigation and estate planning.
The subject of the inaugural webinar was a natural, considering Crimson is the only translation practice exclusively devoted to medical device labeling.
Richmond focuses her practice exclusively in the areas of divorce, marital and family law.
Brodek concentrates his practice exclusively in the area of healthcare law and represents clients, including hospitals, physicians, physician groups and integrated delivery systems, nationwide.

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