9441 double diamond parkway, suite 11, Reno, NV 89521
Asset Protection Law Scott Burnett, Esq. is a nationally recognized speaker and bestselling author who teaches and shares business and tax education with audiences all over the country. He has spoken to thousands of groups and associations about how to properly reduce taxes and protect assets. Scott is a former Deputy District Attorney for Santa Barbara County California, trail attorney, and an asset protection and estate planning attorney in his own private practice. Scott is the CEO of Burnett and Associates, Inc., a corporation providing business and tax education to business owners across North America. He is an approved CPE provider for the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the Internal Revenue Service. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for over 200 for profit and non-profit businesses in the United States. He has been quoted in Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Inc Magazine as well as seen on CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, MSN, CNN, and Fox News television. Scott was recently accepted as a Council Member for the Global Entrepreneurship Initiative and presented at the United Nations in June 2017. He was also inducted into the National Academy of Best-Selling Authors and received and EXPY Award from the National Association of Experts, Writers and Speakers this past September. Burnett and Associates recently received the Best of Reno 2019 Award for Business Services. Scott was recently nominated and awarded the national Lawyers of Distinction Award for Asset Protection and the California Top Lawyers Award for 2020.
424 Church Street, Suite 2500, Nashville, TN 37219
He oversees the representation of over 70 public boards of education, two private schools, two private universities, and a private medical school in a variety of legal matters including employment issues related to both licensed and classified employees, employee and student discipline, employee and student rights, special education and disability accommodation, constitutional rights issues, sexual harassment and bullying issues, civil rights, desegregation, school system consolidation, tort liability, school system business practices, school funding, taxation, and school construction. Mr. Cagle also is a registered lobbyist with the Tennessee Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance. His list of lobbying clients has included school superintendents, school employee professional organizations, school boards, private schools, private universities. In addition, Mr. Cagle serves as an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University teaching courses in K-12 Education Law and Public Policy and the Law of Higher Education. He earned his B.S. from Tennessee Technological University before attending Nashville School of Law, where he earned his J.D.
800 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Government Relaltions Practice Areas: Legislative, Government Relations, Environmental Law, Administrative Law, Regulatory Matters, Energy, Utilities, Municipal Law, Corporate and Business Admissions: State of Minnesota, 1980 State of Virginia, 1972 District of Columbia, 1973 U.S. District Court of Minnesota, 1980 U.S. Supreme Court, 1977 Education: Georgetown University, 1972, J.D. Boston College, B.S. B.A., cum laude Beta Gamma Sigma National Business Honor Society Distinguished Military Graduate, ROTC 1st Lieutenant, US Army Reserve, 1969-1975 Professional Memberships/Affiliations: Member, Hennepin County Bar Association Member, Minnesota State Bar Association Member, American Bar Association Member, The District of Columbia Bar Member, Virginia State Bar Member, Minnesota Government Relations Council. Professional Honors/Awards: Author: "Minnesota State Anti-takeover Law: How It Survived A Constitutional Test," Minnesota Journal, 1985 Named one of Minnesota's Top Lobbyists by Minnesota Journal of Law and Politics for 2001 Community/Pro Bono: Member of the Board of Directors and General Counsel, Greater MSP; Member, Board of Trustees, Minnesota Museum of Art (1982-1992, Chair 1986-1988); Convent of the Visitation School (1994-2000); member, Board of Directors, St. Paul-Ramsey United Arts Council (1987-1988); member, Board of Directors, Secretary and General Counsel, and member of Executive Committee, Minnesota High-Tech Association (1987-present); member, Minnesota High Technology Foundation (1995-present); The Works: A Technology Discovery Center (1990-1996). Personal Information: Doug is a public address announcer for various high school and college sporting events; a member of the National Association of Sports Public Address Announcers; and a youth hockey referee, certified by the National Governing Association, USA Hockey, and a baseball and softball umpire.
6000 Lake Forrest NW Dr, undefined, undefined, undefined undefined
Plaintiff Toxic Mold David G. Carter is a highly experienced attorney who represents the rights of clients in a wide variety of civil litigation matters. Specifically, David is committed to protecting the rights of individuals and families who have suffered injuries due to exposure to toxic mold in their homes or workplaces.
60 US Highway 46, Suite 100, Fairfield, New Jersey 07004
Mass Tort Litigation Caruso Smith Picini P.C. is a litigation firm specializing in the defense of mass tort, toxic exposure and product liability claims. The firm’s founding partner, Anthony J. Caruso, is listed in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, an honor awarded to only five percent of attorneys nationwide. He has been recognized as a New Jersey “Super Lawyer” and named by Newsweek to its list of Top Attorneys in the Country. Mr. Caruso was selected to serve as a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Mass Tort Advisory Committee and is regarded by colleagues as a leader in the defense of occupational disease claims. Caruso Smith Picini P.C. serves as local counsel for major national law firms and regards its prestigious clients as a testament to, not only the firm’s lawyering skills, but also to a well-earned reputation for integrity