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John J. Kennedy, Attorney at Law
Kennedy, Johnson, D'Elia & Gillooly
555 Long Wharf Drive Long Wharf Maritime Center
New Haven, CT 06511
Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury
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Lawyer Pearson, Patricia T.
Licensed to practice in Washington since 2001
Office: (206) 676-7500, One Union Square, Seattle, WA 98101
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Labor & Employment Law
Lawyer Pearson, Rebecca E.
Licensed to practice in Florida since 1989
Office: 202-344-8183, 575 7th St Nw, Washington, DC 20004
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Contracts, Business Law
Lawyer Pearson, Stuart J.
Licensed to practice in Virginia since 2001
Office: 540-491-0025, 311 Day Ave SW, Roanoke, VA 24016
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense
Lawyer Pearson, Teresa H.
Licensed to practice in Oregon since 1995
Office: (503)224-5858, 111 SW 5th Ave Ste 3400, Portland, OR 97204
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Litigation
Lawyer Pearson, William W.
Licensed to practice in Arizona since 1989
Office: (602)364-7000, 2 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Environmental Law
Lawyer Peart, Sharon M.
Licensed to practice in Illinois since 1990
Office: 815-726-5262, 150 S. Wacker Dr., Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60606
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Litigation
Lawyer Pease, John M.
Licensed to practice in Texas since 1986
Office: 214-672-2145, 901 Main St Ste 4000, Dallas, TX 75202
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury
Lawyer Pease, Molly L.
Licensed to practice in New York since 2004
Office: 212-755-9824, 70 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation
Lawyer Pease, Thomas D.
Licensed to practice in New York since 1995
Office: 212-849-7223, 51 Madison Ave Fl 22nd, New York, NY 10010
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Intellectual Property
Lawyer Pease, William M.
Licensed to practice in Washington since 1965
Office: (206) 682-1931, 1411 4th Ave Ste 1301, Seattle, WA 98101
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Bankruptcy Law, Wills & Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning, Litigation
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