Scott R. Hapeman

Scott R. Hapeman: Attorney with Personius Melber LLP
  • Associate at Personius Melber LLP (3 Attorneys)
  • 2100 Main Place Tower, Buffalo, NY 14202
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Areas of Practice (4)

  • Personal Injury
  • Business Litigation
  • White Collar Criminal Defense
  • Municipal Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
716-855-1050  Phone
716-855-1052  Fax
www.personiusmelber.com
University Attended:
Canisius College, B.S., Economics, 1998
Law School Attended:
University of Notre Dame, J.D., 2001
Year of First admission:
2002
Admission:
2002, U.S. District Court, Western District of New York; 2002, New York
Memberships:
Erie County and New York State Bar Associations.
Birth Information:
Buffalo, New York, March 21, 1976
ISLN:
916754769

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