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Carballo Law Offices
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Tony E. Carballo, Esq. was admitted to practice law by the Supreme Court of California and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in December 1983. He has also been admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California since 2008, in Florida by the Supreme Court of Florida since 1999 and in the U.S. Tax Court since 1985. Tony was awarded a Juris Doctor (JD) degree by the Santa Clara University School of Law in 1983 and a Bachelor of Scie
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Wright & Greenhill, P.C.
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Craig Courville joined Wright & Greenhill, P.C., in 1998 and became a shareholder in January of 2007. Mr. Courville's practice involves, primarily, the representation of individuals, businesses, corporations, employers, and insurance companies in state and federal courts across Texas in civil and commercial litigation including personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, products liability, insurance defense, commercial disputes, breach of contract, and employment disputes. He also wor
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Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP
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Vanessa Gonzalez has a broad range of civil litigation and jury trial experience. Ms. Gonzalez has represented clients in the areas of civil rights, condemnation, personal injury, premises liability, defamation, contracts, and employment law claims in state and federal court. She has represented private businesses, local governmental entities, special districts and non-profits. Ms. Gonzalez is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is the head
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Royston, Rayzor, Vickery & Williams, L.L.P.
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Jay is involved in the litigation of civil cases in both state and federal courts involving disputes within the areas of admiralty and maritime law, collisions, MARPOL violations, personal injury defense, oil and gas, commercial transactions and insurance coverage.  Jay joined Royston Rayzor in 2007 and was promoted to Partner in 2013. Jay served as an active-duty Military Intelligence officer in the United States Army from 1998-2003, attaining the rank of Captain.   During his service he earne
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After many years of diverse litigation experience, Mr. Garry has recently taken an of counsel position, working on special projects and limited litigation assignments. He does not undertake primary representation of firm clients at this time. Areas of Practice: General Civil Litigation Government Employment Construction Litigation Personal Injury Workers' Compensation Litigation Percentage: 99% of Practice Devoted to Litigation Bar Admissions: Texas, 1974 U.S. District Court Western District of
The small business population in the United States consists of some 6 million employer firms and 20 million nonemployer firms—26 million firms in 2005.4 Most small busi-nesses are very small; the majority of employer firms (3.7 million in 2005) have fewer than five employees.
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Of some 20 million non-employer firms, about 65 percent were home-based, providing small incomes for mostly part-time owners; among the 21.5 million sole proprietorships filing schedule C tax re-turns, some 11 million generated less than $10,000 in annual receipts in 2005—not con-sistent with a business endeavor providing full-time self-employment income and 6.6 million had $10,000 to $50,000 in receipts
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Private placement markets for loans extended by financial institutions to small business borrowers are the most important sources of external financ-ing for most small firms. The U.S. banking system, which includes commercial banks and other depository institutions such as savings banks and thrifts, continues to evolve and grow. It remains the most important supplier of credit to small businesses in the United States.
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