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Tomassian, Pimentel & Shapazian A Professional Law Partnership
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Born and raised in Fresno, Larry H. Shapazian has practiced law in California since 1985. He concentrates his practice on insurance defense, employment law, government tort liability, personal injury and workers' compensation matters. Bar admissions California, 1985 Education J.D., McGeorge School of Law B.A., University of California at Los Angeles Professional affiliations and memberships Fresno County Bar Association Los Angeles County Bar Association Association of Defense Counsel of Northe
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Coleman & Horowitt LLP
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Experience Mary joined Coleman & Horowitt, LLP in 2013, where she works in the firm's litigation department.  Prior to joining the firm, Mary was associated with the Sacramento firms Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson, LLP, and Porter Scott. She has extensive experience in and provides counsel and representation to clients in labor and employment matters, including serving as trial counsel in trials and administrative proceedings.  She also represents clients in business, commercial and real estate l
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Burton Newman PC
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Biographical Details Jill’s area of practice is in employment law, representing clients in discrimination, harassment, retaliation and whistleblower cases – from investigation, mediation through pre-trial litigation, trial and appeal. She also represents clients in negotiating severance packages and advises non-profit organizations in employment risk management, including employment manual and contract drafting. Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Silverstein served as an Assistant U.S. Att
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I am an attorney dedicated to assist clients in he field of business formation, contracts, litigation, labor law, licensing, white collar crime at the state and federal level, business and personal immigration, general litigation, property damages and personal injury.

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Martin & Squires, P.A.
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Mr. Nemo practices in the areas of commercial and residential real estate development and finance, commercial lending and housing, and urban development. Over the years he has represented developers in neighborhood shopping centers, other income properties, and multifamily housing complexes. He has also represented national mortgage lenders in financings throughout the U.S., under the various U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Multifamily Mortgage Insurance programs. He also devot
Mexican and Canadian citizens travel across the land border more frequently than citizens of other countries.
Department of Homeland Security
The leading countries of citizenship for nonimmigrant admissions to the United States in 2010 were Mexico (28 percent), the United Kingdom (9.8 percent), Japan (8.2 percent), Germany (4.5 per-cent), France (3.7 percent), Canada (3.1 percent), South Korea (2.9 percent), Brazil (2.7 percent), India (2.5 percent), and Italy (2.4 percent). These ten countries accounted for approximately 67 percent of nonimmigrant admissions to the United States.
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I-94 admission counts were much higher in 2010 than 2009 for temporary workers and families, students, and temporary visitors for pleasure. The leading categories of admission for 2010 were temporary visitors for pleasure (76 percent), temporary visitors for business (11 percent), temporary workers and families (6.1 percent), and students (3.4 percent).
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