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How do you and your clients find and select a knowledgeable and experienced specialist in a particular area of the law? For important matters, we suggest contacting Eccleston Law LLC’s nationwide lawyer referral network.

Important matters require and deserve extensive due diligence in order to ascertain the most appropriate lawyer for:

  • High net worth and celebrity divorce matters;
  • Mergers and acquisitions transactions and litigation;
  • Complex litigation (such as mass tort, medical malpractice, severe personal injury, and commercial disputes);
  • Employment law and litigation;
  • Tax matters, foundations and charitable organizations; and
  • Intellectual property (such as patent, trademark and copyright litigation and filings)

Don’t entrust your important matter to someone who does not concentrate in that area. Contact us today to help you and your clients make the right selection.

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We just wanted to say thanks for your work in helping us get back some of the money we lost. We are not by any means rich, but we have saved some money and we have done so through a tight-fisted approach to most everything we do. So losing a significant chunk of money hurt…especially at a time when everyone else was growing their accounts. We really appreciate the work you did.

Allan and Adele

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