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First, I am a para-legal, not an attorney, and I am also a Mandarin Chinese court interpreter with over 30 years experience working in the California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho, Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Montana courts. With all this experience I have gained an extensive amount… View more
Beverly Hills Law Corp., PC was founded on a simple idea: provide a select group of clients with the highest caliber legal representation possible. We are a boutique law firm, located in Beverly Hills, California, catering to the transactional and litigation needs of entrepreneurs, new and growing businesses, and select individuals. View more
The Law Office of Edward Antonino focuses exclusively on employee/workers' rights in California from wrongful termination, retaliation, unpaid wages, meal and rest break violations, unpaid overtime compensation, pregnancy and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, and much more. View more
I do not recommend Mr Ries services as an attorney. I hired him to file a design patent which he supposedly filed and then totally ghosted when I've asked him a million times to provide me documents submitted in the application such as drawings. I have interested parties in licensing my product but they want to know what we actually filed for.
When my wife and I came to realization that we would have to file a patent, we knew we would need help. However, I had never hired an attorney before, and I didn't know where to begin to start looking. Then my wife's friend recommended Michael to us, and I'm so grateful she did. He immediately puts you…
I turned to Curtis for some Chinese translation of the papers I needed urgently. Everything was done correctly and on due time. Thank you.
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I received Notice to Vacate No Later Than 3/5/17. I was never served in person or by mail. The landlord won by default. Is it too late to do anything? It's 3/5!