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Computer & Internet Related Crimes Lawyers in San Jose, California

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Ann F. Koo

Lawyer Ann F. Koo licensed to practice in California since 1983
Office: 408-278-4040, 199 River Oaks Pkwy, San Jose, CA 95134
Web site: www.slwip.com
PRACTICE AREA: Computer & Internet Related Crimes, Intellectual Property, Litigation

Clark S. Stone

Lawyer Clark S. Stone licensed to practice in California since 1999
Office: 2033 Gateway Place Suite 400, San Jose, CA 95110
Web site: www.macpherson-kwok.com/attorneys_stone.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Computer & Internet Related Crimes, Intellectual Property

John E. Skeath

Lawyer John E. Skeath licensed to practice in California since 1980
Office: 2007 West Hedding Street Suite 100, San Jose, CA 95128
Web site: www.skeathlaw.com/profile.asp.41.html
PRACTICE AREA: Computer & Internet Related Crimes, Litigation

Ross W. Nadel

Lawyer Ross W. Nadel licensed to practice in California since 1979
Office: 345 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95110
Web site: www.cooley.com/attorneys/bio.aspx?ID=39623001
PRACTICE AREA: Criminal Defense, Computer & Internet Related Crimes, Intellectual Property
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