Firm Founder Michael Warshauer Was Invited To Join Trial Masters

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Firm founder Michael Warshauer was invited to join Trial Masters by its president and founder Stephen Babcock. To qualify for membership in Trial Masters, an attorney must have tried 35 civil or criminal cases to either a judge or jury. Mr. Warshauer easily met the qualifying standards. Trial Masters claims to strictly maintain the integrity of its membership. Less than .005 percent of lawyers in the United States are Trial Masters members.

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