Saurborn, Henry L. Jr. - New York, NY

111 BroadwayRm. 1805New York, NY 10006- 1904

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Updated: 10/26/2016

New York Employment Law Lawyer

Overview

For more than twenty-five years, Mr. Saurborn has represented clients throughout the United States facing a wide variety of complex legal problems, both locally and abroad. Mr. Saurborn began his professional legal career as a law clerk for a federal judge at both the trial and appellate levels, which provided a rare and early opportunity to develop experience in federal trial and appellate practice and to become intimately involved in the internal handling and disposition of actions in the...

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