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Bankruptcy, Business & Trade, Public Finance, Consumer Bankruptcy

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Other, Litigation, Lawsuit & Dispute, Consumer Bankruptcy

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Employee Rights, Employment

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Litigation, Business, Credit & Debt, Consumer Bankruptcy

Aliza Beth Malouf

Lawsuit & Dispute, Business, Litigation, Credit & Debt

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Traffic, Litigation, Occupational Safety & Health, Criminal, Workers' Compensation

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Andrew William Lawrence

International, Estate

Ashley Day Drummond

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Beatrice Kathleen Barklow

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate, Child Support

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Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Bradley Wayne Foster

Litigation, Lawsuit & Dispute, Securities, Business

Brian R. Marek

Business & Trade, Business

Callie Anne White Brookshire

Commercial Real Estate, Oil & Gas, Wills, Business & Trade

Cameron Louis Davis

Other, Lawsuit & Dispute, State Appellate Practice

Carleton Goss

Real Estate, Government, Consumer Rights, Business

Charles Allen Gall

Real Estate, Litigation

Daniel C. Garner

Bankruptcy & Debt

David A. Barbour

Public Finance, Securities, Banking & Finance, Business

David Charles Lonergan

Employee Rights, Employment

Dudley Murrey

Public Finance, Securities, Business & Trade, Business

Dudley W. Murrey

Public Finance, Securities, Business & Trade, Business

Elizabeth Alexander Whitaker

Merger & Acquisition, Corporate, Lending, Banking & Finance

Elizabeth Alexander Whitaker

Merger & Acquisition, Corporate, Lending, Banking & Finance

Eric William Flynn

Bankruptcy, Consumer Bankruptcy

Eric Ross Hail

Lawsuit & Dispute

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Commercial Real Estate, Public Finance, Banking & Finance, Business

Gary Allen Enis

Employee Rights

Grayson Lee Linyard

Litigation, Lawsuit & Dispute

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Securities, Business

Gregory John Schmitt

Securities, Business

Haley Ann Hendrix

Litigation, White Collar Crime, Consumer Rights, Banking & Finance, Securities

Howard Eric Schreiber

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

J. Samuel Johnson

Commercial Real Estate

Jacquelyn Bateman Kruppa

Employee Rights, Employment, Business & Trade

Jadyn Taylor Williams

General Practice

James Robert . England

Commercial Real Estate, Construction, International Other, Business & Trade

Jane Melissa Steffens

General Practice

Jarrett Lee Hale

Consumer Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy

Jason Brett Feingertz

International, Business

Jay Brian Mower

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Jay Bryan Mower

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Jayde Nicole Ashford

Employee Rights, Employment

Jeffrey W. Giese

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Jeffry Mason Blair

International, Gift Taxation, Tax

Jimmy Bui

Commercial Real Estate

Joel Randall Sharp

Litigation, Clean Air Practice, Securities, Business & Trade

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Lawsuit & Dispute, Business

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Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

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Intellectual Property, Industry Specialties, Business

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Litigation, Personal Injury

Judith Kay Johnson

International Other

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Banking & Finance, Construction, Commercial Real Estate, Public Finance

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Real Estate, Business

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Real Estate, Business

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Business & Trade, Business

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Labor Law, Employee Rights, Employment

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Litigation, Securities, Business & Trade, Business

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Commercial Real Estate, Employment

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Employee Rights

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Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

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Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Melanie Renee Finkelstein

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Melanie Renee Finkelstein

Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

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Oil & Gas, Public Utilities, Environmental Law Other, Administrative Law

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Securities, Business & Trade

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International Other, Business & Trade

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Consumer Rights, Banking & Finance

Peter G. Weinstock

International Other, Business

Raegan Richard John Watchman

Landlord-Tenant, Real Estate, Industry Specialties, Oil & Gas

Richard Cortez

Employee Rights, Employment

Ronald Dean Rosener

Other, Industry Specialties, Bankruptcy & Debt

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Real Estate, Litigation, Oil & Gas, Industry Specialties

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Public Finance, Securities, Business & Trade, Business

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Industry Specialties, Public Utilities, Administrative Law, Business

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Litigation, Credit & Debt, Consumer Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy

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Thomas Cantrill

Wills, Estate

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Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

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Contract, Public Finance, Securities, Business & Trade

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