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Anita M. Jaskot

Lawyer Anita M. Jaskot licensed to practice in New York since 2001
Office: 880 Third Avenue 13th Floor, New York, NY 10022
Web site: www.brill-esq.com/jsp2147111.jsp
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Intellectual Property, Military Law & Military Benefits

Bradley I. Ruskin

Lawyer Bradley I. Ruskin licensed to practice in New York since 1982
Office: 212-969-3465, 1585 Broadway, New York, NY 10036
Web site: www.proskauer.com
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Military Law & Military Benefits

Brian C. Mcsharry

Lawyer Brian C. Mcsharry licensed to practice in New York since 1999
Office: 199 Water Street, New York, NY 10038
Web site: www.lbbslaw.com/attorneybio.aspx?id=2479
PRACTICE AREA: Military Law & Military Benefits

Ephraim R. Gerstein

Lawyer Ephraim R. Gerstein licensed to practice in Texas since 2001
Office: 1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036
PRACTICE AREA: Military Law & Military Benefits

Ronald W. Meister

Lawyer Ronald W. Meister licensed to practice in District Of Columbia since 1970, New York since 1975
Office: (212)790-9200, 1133 Avenue of The Americas, New York, NY 10036
Web site: www.cll.com
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
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