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Felicia A. Malsby, Attorney at Law
(253) 853-6940
5262 Olympic Drive Suite B
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Business Law, Family Law
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Lawyer Sampson, Gregory W.
Licensed to practice in Texas since 1985
Office: 214-742-2121, 1201 Elm Street, Dallas, TX 75270
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PRACTICE AREA: Wills & Probate, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning
Lawyer Sampson, Kevin M.
Licensed to practice in Oregon since 1995, Washington since 1994
Office: (360) 737-2305, 805 Broadway Street, Suite 400, Vancouver, WA 98660
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Business Law, Insurance Litigation
Lawyer Sampson, Lindsay
Licensed to practice in Massachusetts since 2007
Office: 617-951-9198, 1 Lincoln Street State Street, Boston, MA 02111
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Litigation
Lawyer Sampson, Mark A.
Licensed to practice in Texas since 1993
Office: 512-320-8363, 605 West Oltorf Street, Austin, TX 78704
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense
Lawyer Sampson, Michael C.
Licensed to practice in Texas since 2008
Office: 512-499-6237, 300 W.6th Ste 2100, Austin, TX 78701
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Lawyer Sampson, Sandra L.
Law Firm: Law Office of Gary C. Byler, P.C.
Licensed to practice in Virginia since 2003
Office: 757-490-8094, 505 South Independence Blvd Suite 201, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Criminal Defense
Lawyer Sampson Jr., Richard L.
Licensed to practice in Massachusetts since 1992
Office: 617-557-2900, 50 Congress St., Suite 519, Boston, MA 02109
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PRACTICE AREA: Intellectual Property
Lawyer Samreta, Michelle D.
Licensed to practice in Illinois since 2006
Office: 312-332-8521, 303 West Madison Suite 2200, Chicago, IL 60606
Web site:
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Litigation
Lawyer Sams, Michael P.
Licensed to practice in Massachusetts since 1994
Office: 617-722-6045, 492 Old Connecticut Path, Framingham, MA 01701
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PRACTICE AREA: Insurance Litigation, Litigation
Lawyer Samsel, Christine A.
Licensed to practice in District Of Columbia since 2001
Office: (202)887-4000, 1300 19th Northwest, Washington, DC 20036
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PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law, Litigation
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