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Roger J. Plasse, Esq.

Birth: May 18, 1962; Holyoke, Mass

University of California, Riverside, 1986
B.A., History/Religious Studies
California State University, San Bernardino, 1988
Teaching Credential B Multiple Subjects (Elementary School Ed.) (Later, added teaching credentials in Social Sciences and English)
Trinity Law School, 2003
Juris Doctorate

Roger was born in Massachusetts but spent much of his early life living overseas as the son of an Air Force Officer. After graduating from college, he obtained a teaching credential and spent several years working as public school teacher, primarily at the elementary grade levels. At Trinity Law School, he was elected and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the school's Law Review.

Roger is an experienced civil litigant and has worked on cases involving corporate/shareholder disputes, intellectual property matters, real property issues, contract disputes and employment law matters. In addition, he has prepared dozens of bankruptcy petitions, and incorporated a sizable number of business entities. His primary areas of practice are civil litigation, forming corporations and bankruptcy.

Roger believes that taking the time to answer a client's questions is one of the most important services an attorney can perform. A client may be concerned about the personal and financial cost of the legal process, or the pros and cons, the long-term costs and benefits, of litigating a particular dispute. Part of being both an effective attorney and a counselor at law is explaining the legal process so that a client may decide on the best course of action for his or her particular situation.

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