Attorney at Law

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Attorney at Law

A term for a lawyer in several countries, notably Japan and the United States. In order to practice, attorneys at law generally must have passed an examination measuring their knowledge of the law and also must have obtained a law degree.
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Once again, a trial attorney who has challenged or defended non-compete provisions in court can help craft an agreement more likely to be enforced and more likely to help the company protect its interests.
8220;Being certified as a civil trial attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey is a great honor,” said Dodig.
Another GOP trial attorney from the Sunshine State, Sen.
A civil trial attorney, Bonny Rafel also litigates in the area of first party claims against life and health insurance carriers who fail to provide benefits to their insureds.
Joseph Burden, the trial attorney for the owner, stated that the use of private investigators to record the respondent admitting that she lived at another address was crucial to proving the issue before the Court.