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Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews,
Winograd & Wildstein, P.C. 
Size of Organization: 12
Year Established: 1986
Main Office: Atlanta, Georgia

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Celebrating our 25 years of service in 2011, Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C. (BRAWW) is a law firm of 12 dedicated attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm provides caring and quality legal services to local, regional and national clients in a variety of practice areas including: business litigation, business divorce, commercial leasing, corporate law, creditors' rights and bankruptcy, divorce, fiduciary litigation, family law, financing and commercial transactions, franchise law, guardianships, probate and trust litigation, labor and employment disputes, real estate law, tax planning, trade secrets and business information protection, and venture capital. BRAWW is truly committed to "making connections that count" with its clients. For more information on the firm visit our website at www.brawwlaw.com or to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys please call 404.351.1615 today.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Bankruptcy, Business Transactions, Civil Litigation, Commercial Leasing, Commercial Litigation, Communication and Media, Computers and Software, Construction Law, Corporate Finance, Corporate Law, Creditors' Rights, Domestic Relations, Employment Law, Estate Litigation, Family Law; Franchises and Franchising, Fraud and Deceit, General Practice, Insurance Defense, Intellectual Property, Mergers and Acquisitions, Negligence, Partnership Law, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Post-Judgment Collections, Probate Litigation, Professional Disciplinary Hearings, Real Estate, Secured Lending, Tax Planning, Title Insurance, Trade Secrets and Trust Litigation, Zoning, Planning and Land Use.