Jason A. Cole

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Areas of Practice 1) General Litigation and Appellate Practice in State and Federal Courts and before Administrative and Regulatory Agencies, 2) including Insurance Coverage, 3) Products Liability, 4) Bad Faith, 5) Business, 6) Construction, 7) Toxic Torts and 8) Environmental
Education University of California at Santa Barbara (B.A., m
Most recent firm Schaffer, Lax, McNaughton & Chen, A Professional Corporation
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