Foley & Oakes, PC

  • Established in 1984
  • Firm Size 3
  • General Civil Trial, Commercial Litigation, Construction, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Probate
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About this firm

The firm originated in 1984 when Joseph M. Foley, licensed in Nevada since 1951, began a practice with his son, Daniel T. Foley, and daughter-in-law, Diana J. Foley, who had previously practiced in San Francisco and Salt Lake City, respectively. In 2009, the firm added a new member, J. Michael Oakes, and changed its name to Foley & Oakes, PC. The firm provides services in general civil law and commercial litigation, representing clients in the areas of business entity formation, business litigation, construction, personal injury, product liability, medical malpractice, and probate. Each of the firm's attorneys have over 25 years of diverse experience in representing individuals and businesses, and are pleased to offer their services through a firm where the partners perform all of the services for the clients.

Areas of Practice (12)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Civil Litigation
  • Trial Practice
  • Federal Practice
  • Products Liability
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • Landlord-Tenant
  • Corporate Law
  • Real Estate
  • Business Law
  • Construction Law
  • Probate Litigation

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