Native American Law Lawyers
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Native American, Arbitration & Mediation, Business and Municipal
Albany Law School
James T. Towne, Jr. has been representing businesses, municipalities and related entities for many years, addressing and handling matters ranging from general litigation, harassment claims, employment issues, zoning, planning and tax certiorari matters. Moreover, with Mr. Towne’s highly developed understanding of ethics as it impacts business and government, his services to an organization is invaluable. Mr. Towne also provides assistance with ethics issues and technology issues as they relate to the law and other “hot button” topics which may arise.
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ROXBURY, NY Native American Law Attorney with 44 years experience
5 Bridge Street
(next to Post Office)
Native American, Criminal, DWI and Divorce
Brooklyn Law School
Barry W. Brandon
Clarence, NY Native American Law Lawyer with 31 years experience
Native American and Business
Harvard Law School
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