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Marc J. Randazza, Attorney at Law

Marc Randazza has a law practice in Miami (FL), Gloucester (MA)
305-479-2491
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Business Law, Computer & Internet Related Crimes, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Intellectual Property, Personal Injury matters.
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2 South Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305-479-2491, Fax: 305-437-7662   Map It
P.O. Box 5516 Gloucester, MA 01930
Phone: 305-479-2491, Fax: 305-437-7662   Map It
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Business Law: Communications & Media
Computer & Internet Related Crimes
Constitutional Law & Civil Rights
Intellectual Property
Personal Injury: Intentional Torts (Slander & Libel)
Fees
Hourly Rates: Hourly ($400-$400/hour) Hourly ($400-$400/hour)
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Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Florida (FL) 2003
  • Massachusetts (MA) 2002
Professional Organizations and Memberships
  • First Amendment Lawyers Association
  • International Trademark Association
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Languages
EnglishItalian
Territory of Practice

Florida

Miami-dade: Miami

Massachusetts

Essex: Gloucester

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