Margolin & Biatch

  • Established in 1986
  • Firm Size 2
  • Dedicated to providing high quality legal services and personal attention to our clients.
  • Peer Reviews

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    • #4,980 in weekly profile views out of 299,729 total law firms Overall

About this firm

Margolin & Biatch is a small Oakland based law firm dedicated to providing personal service and high quality legal services to its clients. The firm traces it roots back to the solo practice established by Tom Cooper in 1974. From 1986 to 1998, when it adopted its present name, the firm was known as Cooper, Margolin & Biatch. The firm's practice is geared to providing practical advice and advocacy to professionals, business entities and business owners.

Areas of Practice (13)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Real Estate
  • Lease Negotiations
  • Business Planning
  • Organization Of
  • Counsel To Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Company Law
  • Architect
  • Construction Law
  • Tax Planning
  • Probate
  • Trust Administration
  • Related Civil Litigation

People (2)

Real Estate, Business Law, Probate, Civil Litigation

Peer Reviews
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Business Law, Architect Law, Estate Planning

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