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The Firm has built and maintained its reputation for excellence by capably handling the representation of clients of all sizes—individuals, small companies, up to Fortune 500 enterprises. Our attorneys practice in 45 different practice areas in more than 40 industries. Please see our Practices page for a list of our primary practice areas and industries.
Attorneys with The Cavanagh Law Firm have been recognized for their achievements by Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, Arizona Super Lawyers Top 50, Chambers, and Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer Review Rating, among others.
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