7900 Xerxes S Ave, STE 1930, Bloomington, MN 55431
Tim L. Droel devotes his law practice to serving clients in the construction, real estate, and renewable energy industries. Mr. Droel is driven to exceed his clients’ expectations and has developed many longstanding relationships with clients due to his high quality work product and commitment to a client first approach. Mr. Droel helps private and publicly traded companies finance, acquire and develop commercial real estate and construct their building facilities throughout the United States and Canada. Mr. Droel assists his clients with their transactional matters (contracts, sales/use tax, licensing, bonds, liens, insurance, corporate formation and acquisition, etc.) as well as with their handling of employment and labor law issues such as helping owners and general contractors deal with unfair labor practices. Mr. Droel also assists companies in the renewable energy industry finance, acquire, develop, and construct wind and solar projects throughout the United States. Mr. Droel has appeared on behalf of his clients in many state and federal court proceedings throughout the United States; and in fact, Mr. Droel’s appearances have included court and arbitration proceedings in twenty-seven different states.
12190 Abington Hall Pl, Apt 208, Reston, VA 20190
Bob Eatinger is a Partner heading the national security law practice at Dunbar Bennett & Ludwig, a business and litigation law firm with offices across the United States and in Toronto, London, and Beijing; and the founding Principal of SpyLaw Consulting, LLC, a consulting service for U.S. businesses seeking to make better informed business and risk management decisions with respect to commercial or other interactions with U.S. intelligence agencies. He has 31 years of experience practicing national security and intelligence law with the Central Intelligence Agency and U.S. Navy. Bob retired from the CIA at the end of 2015 as the Senior Deputy General Counsel where he oversaw the more than 150 attorneys in the Office of General Counsel, and served as Acting General Counsel from October 2013 to March 2014. He retired from the U.S. Navy as a Captain in the Judge Advocate General's Corp with a combined 30 years of active and reserve service.
721 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA
Commercial and Business Litigation
950 S Pne, n/a, n/a n/a
Consumer Law Erik Espinosa received his undergraduate degree from the prestigious Johns Hopkins University with a major in psychology and two minors. He then received his law degree from Nova Southeastern University where he received a full scholarship and was a regular on the Dean\'s list. After being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2008 he worked for a large plaintiff\'s law firm. During that time he was also admitted to the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Bankruptcy Court in 2009. After working in a large firm he began to work for a small defense firm and eventually decided that many clients would be better served by his launching his own firm. Mr. Espinosa has managed several thousand Circuit Civil cases and has taken several to trial. During his free time Mr. Espinosa enjoys exercising and trying new places to eat.
1 E Stow Rd, Marlton, NJ 08053
Roger Fay has a strong background in the mortgage industry, in which he has served in various capacities over the past decade, providing representation that is focused on excellent client service, compliance, and quality. Roger represents secured creditors in foreclosure, bankruptcy, compliance, landlord-tenant, title curative, and other real estate matters with litigation experience both at the federal and state court levels. His practice includes arguing successfully before the Western District of Pennsylvania and trial litigation. Roger earned his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey and is admitted to practice in federal and state court in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.