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Mableson Law Group appreciates the confidence our clients have placed in our legal services. We take great pride in personally representing individuals and companies in our practice areas, and we want our clients to think of us as their general counsel and to contact us regarding any legal issue whether or not it involves our areas of practice. Over the last approximately 33 years, we have developed strong relationships with law firms in many different areas of practice. We refer to attorneys who are preeminent practitioners and provide excellent legal representation. We appreciate all referrals.

The following is a partial list of the thousands of clients whom we have had the privilege of representing:

  • Stephenie Meyer (Twilight Series)
  • Rob Halford (Judas Priest)
  • Allison DuBois (TV Show & Books)
  • Linda Cobb – Queen of Clean (TV & Books)
  • CeCe Peniston (Music)
  • Square One Studios (Games)
  • Steve and Annette Economides (Books & TV)
  • CeCe Peniston (Music)
  • EasyNews/PureGig (Internet & Usenet)
  • Onverse (Virtual World)
  • Martha Siegel (Internet & Books)
  • Kerrie Droban (Books)
  • Mike Jacka & Paulette Keller (Books)
  • Hale Dwoskin & The Sedona Method (Books & Film)
  • Amy Allan (TV Show)
  • OnCast® (Live Video Streaming)
  • And many more. References available upon request.

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