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Lieff Cabraser has offices in San Francisco, New York, Nashville, and Seattle. Outten & Golden LLP has offices in New York, San Francisco and Chicago.
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Notice to Mississippi Residents
This website is not intended for the purpose of soliciting any prospective clients residing in the State of Mississippi for the commencement of any civil action in the State of Mississippi filed solely by Plaintiffs’ Counsel. If Plaintiffs’ Counsel were to file a civil lawsuit in the State of Mississippi, the firm would do so in association with a member of the Mississippi Bar who would serve as co-counsel in the litigation.
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