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My American clients are in search of a local law firm who can assist with a Cease and Desist Order that is being issued to a local Taiwanese company. Can anyone of you give a recommendation/referral?
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cjc444 wrote:My American clients are in search of a local law firm who can assist with a Cease and Desist Order that is being issued to a local Taiwanese company. Can anyone of you give a recommendation/referral?
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I would like to know if everything was worked out? You can PM me if that works better.
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