Bruce F. Clark

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Areas of Practice 1) Administrative Law, 2) Alternative Dispute Resolution, 3) Appellate Advocacy, 4) Business Litigation, 5) Civil Litigation, 6) Coal & Mineral Transportation, 7) Coal Tax, 8) Commercial Disputes - Contracts and Business Torts and 9) Pretrial Practice & eDiscovery
Education Western Kentucky University (B.S., Business Admini
Most recent firm Stites & Harbison, PLLC
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