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Douglas P. Levinson, Attorney at Law
Levinson Law Offices
(253) 854-7440
1316 Central Ave S Ste 100
Kent, WA 98032
Business Law, Consumer Protection, Criminal Defense, Family Law, Insurance Litigation, Litigation, Personal Injury
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Alan C. Smith

Lawyer Alan C. Smith licensed to practice in Oregon since 2004, Washington since 1996
Office: 1191 Second Avenue, Suite 1610, Seattle, WA 98101
Web site: www.fenwick.com
PRACTICE AREA: Contracts, Business Law

Alan D. Smith

Lawyer Alan D. Smith licensed to practice in Washington since 1995
Office: 1201 3rd Ave Ste 4000, Seattle, WA 98101
Web site: www.perkinscoie.com
PRACTICE AREA: Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy Law, Business Law

Alan D. Smith

Lawyer Alan D. Smith licensed to practice in California since 1979
Office: 206-359-8410, 1201 3rd Ave Fl 40, Seattle, WA 98101
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law

Alan W. Spragins

Lawyer Alan W. Spragins licensed to practice in Washington since 1995
Office: (206) 910-7209, 3518 29th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98199
PRACTICE AREA: Contracts, Business Law

Alan L. Wallace

Lawyer Alan L. Wallace licensed to practice in Washington since 1988
Office: (206) 628-6771, 601 Union St Ste 4100, Seattle, WA 98101
PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Environmental Law, Litigation

Alan J. Wenokur

Lawyer Alan J. Wenokur licensed to practice in Washington since 1983
Office: (206)682-6224, 600 Stewart St Ste 620, Seattle, WA 98101
PRACTICE AREA: Bankruptcy Law

Alan Wicks

Lawyer Alan Wicks licensed to practice in Washington since 1973
Office: (206) 623-7580, 925 Fourth Avenue Suite 2900, Seattle, WA 98104
Web site: www.klgates.com/professionals/detail.aspx?professional=3886
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law

Alan K. Willert

Lawyer Alan K. Willert licensed to practice in Washington
Office: (206)447-4400, 1111 Third Avenue 34th Floor, Seattle, WA 98101
Web site: www.foster.com
PRACTICE AREA: Bankruptcy Law

Alan Zarky

Lawyer Alan Zarky licensed to practice in Washington since 1985
Office: (206) 851-3510, 4504 W Laurel Dr NE, Seattle, WA 98105
PRACTICE AREA: Criminal Defense

Albert M. Franco

Lawyer Albert M. Franco licensed to practice in Washington since 1939
Office: (206)624-5622, 600 Stewart Street, Seattle, WA 98101
Web site: www.coelaw.com
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