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Chidi's is a trial attorney and focuses on litigating complex business and commercial disputes and highly contested divorce and family law cases. Chidi practices in courts all over Texas however, he primarily focuses his practice in Harris, Montgomery and Fort Bend counties.
Chidi has a unique blend of legal, business and technology skills gained from his broad based work experience and his extensive academic training. Chidi was formerly a Senior Software Engineer at Verizon Communications. After Verizon, Chidi worked as a management/technology consultant for over ten years for...
For more than 30 years, Sacks Law Firm has helped people who couldn't help themselves to solve vexing legal problems. Civil appeals have made up a large portion of the law practice. Business litigation, business transactions and general litigation are also significant areas.
Attorney David J. Sacks, the founder and operator of the firm, is Board Certified in the area of Civil Appellate Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Learn more about his background through this link:
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The primary focus at the Beachem Law Firm is to provide excellent customer service, thorough, accurate, and affordable legal representation.
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Texas Business Law Attorney with 18 years experience
Houston, TX 77023
South Texas College of Law
Texas Business Law Attorney with 20 years experience
John earned a BBA from the University of North Georgia, where he was on academic scholarship, participated in ROTC military training and was on the college tennis team. John then earned an MBA from Georgia Tech, where he served as a Research Assistant.
John headed to Texas to Baylor Law School on an academic scholarship. During law school, he was a summer associate with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corp in Germany. Upon graduation, John practiced law in the trial section at Woodard, Hall & Primm in Houston.
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