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Aaron C. Mccauley

Lawyer Aaron C. Mccauley licensed to practice in Texas since 2008
Office: 12015 Radium Ste. 100-A, San Antonio, TX 78216
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Labor & Employment Law

Abel Martinez

Lawyer Abel Martinez licensed to practice in Texas since 1990
Office: P.O. Box 839999, San Antonio, TX 78283
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law

Adam D. Boland

Lawyer Adam D. Boland licensed to practice in Texas since 2004
Office: (210)229-3000, 112 East Pecan Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
Web site: www.ogletreedeakins.com/attorneys/index.cfm?Fuseaction=AttorneyDetail&attorneyid=342
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law, Litigation, Workers Compensation

Adolfo Ruiz

Lawyer Adolfo Ruiz licensed to practice in Texas since 1984
Office: 210-383-5343, 314 Yosemite, San Antonio, TX 78232
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Administrative Law, Landlord & Tenant Law, Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Environmental Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation, Military Law & Military Benefits

Adriaan T. Jansse

Lawyer Adriaan T. Jansse licensed to practice in Texas since 2004
Office: 111 Soledad, Suite 300, San Antonio, TX 78205
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Labor & Employment Law, Health Care Law

Adrian P. Senyszyn

Lawyer Adrian P. Senyszyn licensed to practice in Texas since 2007
Office: 210-341-9711, 10999 Ih-10 W, Suite 800, San Antonio, TX 78230
Web site: www.brinandbrin.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Labor & Employment Law, Health Care Law, Insurance Litigation

Alan Schoenbaum

Lawyer Alan Schoenbaum licensed to practice in Texas since 1983
Office: 210-312-4721, Rackspace Building, San Antonio, TX 78229
PRACTICE AREA: Elder Law, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Intellectual Property

Alberto J. Pena

Lawyer Alberto J. Pena licensed to practice in Texas since 1973
Office: 210-227-3243, 2517 N Main, San Antonio, TX 78212
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Labor & Employment Law

Alicia J. Haff

Lawyer Alicia J. Haff licensed to practice in Texas since 1997
Office: 210-325-2641, 55 Vienna, San Antonio, TX 78232
Web site: www.haffconsulting.com
PRACTICE AREA: Labor & Employment Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Allen W. Wright

Lawyer Allen W. Wright licensed to practice in Arizona since 1978, District Of Columbia since 2006, Illinois since 2005, Texas since 1983
Office: 210-734-7077, 5707 Interstate Ten West, San Antonio, TX 78201
Office: 210-734-7077, 5707 IH 10 W Suite 101, San Antonio, TX 78201
Office: 210-734-7077, 5707 IH10 W, San Antonio, TX 78201
Office: 210-734-7077, 5707 Interstate Ten West, San Antonio, TX 78201
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation
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