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Admiralty & Maritime Lawyers in Los Angeles, California

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Alan M. O'Connor

Lawyer Alan M. O'Connor licensed to practice in California since 1993
Office: 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Web site: www.carlsmith.com/Bio/AlanOConnor.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation

Albert H. Ebright

Lawyer Albert H. Ebright licensed to practice in California since 1959
Office: 9th Floor 444 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Web site: www.carlsmith.com/Bio/AlbertEbright.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation

Alejandro Menchaca

Lawyer Alejandro Menchaca licensed to practice in California since 2002
Office: 9th Floor 444 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Web site: www.carlsmith.com/Bio/AlejandroMenchaca.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation

Andrew D. Kehagiaras

Lawyer Andrew D. Kehagiaras licensed to practice in California since 2000, Michigan since 1998
Office: 310-642-9800, 5777 West Century Boulevard, Suite 1410, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Web site: www.tradeandcargo.com
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Insurance Litigation

Anita M. Eilert

Lawyer Anita M. Eilert licensed to practice in California since 1988
Office: 1801 Century Park East #1500, Los Angeles, CA 90067
Web site: www.kayerose.com/staff.html
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Ashley R. Leach

Lawyer Ashley R. Leach licensed to practice in California since 2003
Office: 213-330-8905, 555 Flower Street Suite 2900, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Web site: www.wilsonelser.com
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Aviation

Benjamin A. Shapiro

Lawyer Benjamin A. Shapiro licensed to practice in California since 2005
Office: 12400 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 1300, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Web site: www.sandslerner.com/professionals/
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Insurance Litigation

Brad D. Bleichner

Lawyer Brad D. Bleichner licensed to practice in California since 1985
Office: (310)445-0800, 11766 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Web site: www.selmanbreitman.com/
PRACTICE AREA: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Litigation

Christiane E. Cargill

Lawyer Christiane E. Cargill licensed to practice in California since 1998
Office: Suite 1800 888 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Web site: www.wrightrobinson.com/frameset1.html?http%3A//www.wrightrobinson.com/yourlaw.html
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Labor & Employment Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Colleen M. O'Brien

Lawyer Colleen M. O'Brien licensed to practice in California since 2001
Office: 213-439-9400, 633 W 5th St Ste 700 Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Los Angeles, CA 90071
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Real Estate Law, Landlord & Tenant Law, Admiralty & Maritime Law, Litigation, Military Law & Military Benefits
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