Folsom, California Education Lawyers
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For 22 years, I have devoted my career as a lawyer to helping parties resolve their conflicts efficiently, effectively and respectfully. I believe the quality of a mediated resolution, and of the mediation process, to be as important to the parties as the fact of resolution.
Also known as Bo Links, I have practiced in San Francisco since 1974. My firm is Slote, Links & Boreman, LLP. I represent school administrators, educational institutions, students, parents and teachers. I also specialize in construction and employment-related litigation. I also serve as a mediator in a variety of cases.An extensive list of matters that I have handled is available on our website - www.slotelaw.com. I am also a published golf writer (four books - Follow the Wind; Riverbank Tweed & Roadmap Jenkins: Tales from the Caddie Yard; Golf Poems; Alister MacKenzie's Legacy of Public...
In founding the Tagre Law Office, Pablo A. Tagre drew from years of experience working as an attorney at prominent California law firms in order to provide his clients the quality of service they would expect from a larger operation at a more affordable cost than could be found at an overhead-intensive firm. Mr. Tagre has extensive experience helping small, medium, and large businesses with all areas of their operation – from initial business start-up, including incorporation, LLC formation, and partnership formation, to everyday concerns, such as contract negotiation, employment matters, owner disputes, litigation, corporate maintenance/annual meetings, and more. Mr. Tagre also...
Jay is a partner at the Leigh Law Group a San Francisco Bay Area law firm located in San Francisco and Marin County which practices in Education Law, Special Education Law, Civil Rights, Employment and Business law. Jay has litigated throughout California and the West for the past 11 years. Jay has obtained substantial relief for his clients ranging from a $1.7 million settlement in a shareholder dispute to providing an employee a promotion that was denied due to discrimination along with monetary damages and leave credits.