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The Lovell Firm - Los Angeles, CA

1875 Century Park E.Suite 1490Los Angeles, CA 90067

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Updated: 03/25/2019

Los Angeles Business Litigation Law Firm

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The Lovell Firm is a prestigious, nationally recognized law firm providing representation in all areas of business, corporate, entertainment, intellectual property and employment law. Tre Lovell has been noted among the elite trial attorneys in the nation, having been named Lawyer of the Year, Finalist, 2016, by the Los Angeles Business Journal, and further honored by the National Law Journal as one of the Top 50 Litigation Trailblazers in the United States. Mr. Lovell has been recognized...

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