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of Md., Inc., and began working as a solo practitioner focusing on real property law.
Are you a solo practitioner? Lawyers Advising Lawyers is a great online platform offered by The Florida Bar in a partnership with the Young Lawyers Division.
Mallie is a solo practitioner at Mallie Law Offices, P.A., where he maintains a general practice.
Burton also put herself out as working for a law firm even though Burton was a solo practitioner. Moreover, the law firm Burton used included the name of an attorney who was suspended.
Caren Irsuto's actions "had a devastating impact on the dental practice," said Assistant Cook County State's Attorney Karen Crothers, who described the dentist as a solo practitioner who noticed the theft in early 2016 after "an increase in business without a corresponding increase in revenue."
As a solo practitioner, earning a contract with the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation in 2015.
Still, Ligon said, when a solo practitioner dies, other attorneys usually take care of the colleague's business and clients.
Darvish, a solo practitioner since 2002 and member of The Missouri Bar since 1994, had operated out of an office at 8151 Clayton Road.
He has more than 20 years of experience practicing both at a boutique firm and as a solo practitioner. He represents real estate developers, privately held companies, and individuals.
This solo practitioner, with the aid of a solo-practicing, brilliant, intrepid litigator, Theresa Barta, fought this multi-billion-dollar giant through 14 years of litigation.
Practical Perspectives is calling the growth in RIA firms "nothing short of dramatic" - largely in part due to the ongoing "breakaway" trend of advisors leaving brokerage firms and being recruited by existing RIA firms or creating a new RIA as a solo practitioner or team practice.