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Henderson Caverly Pum & Charney LLP Attorneys Tsu, Mardian and Baggett Pass State Bar Specialty Certification Exams.

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Henderson Caverly Pum & Charney LLP (HCPC) attorneys Brian Tsu, Robert Mardian and Eric Baggett have just passed the State Bar of California legal specialist exams in two HCPC core practice areas.

Tax and estate planning partner Brian Tsu has passed his California legal specialist exam in California Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law. Tsu currently holds a legal specialist certification in Taxation Law, which will soon make him a member of the small group of California attorneys holding multiple specialist certifications.

Probate and trust litigation senior counsel Robert Mardian has also passed his California legal specialist certification exam in California Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law.

Tax and estate planning associate Eric Baggett passed his California legal specialist certification exam in Taxation Law.

Congratulations to Tsu, Mardian, and Baggett!

Attorneys Tsu, Mardian, and Baggett are not alone at HCPC with respect to legal specialist certification. Other HCPC attorneys hold legal specialist certifications as follows:

Partners Adryenn Cantor and Richard Hyatt – Family Law.

Partners Nancy Henderson, Kristen Caverly, Shirley Kovar and Debra Vella – Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law.

Partner Clancy Wilson – Taxation Law.

The legal specialist certifications held by HCPC attorneys are reflective of the significant experience and expertise of the firm’s attorneys and the sophistication and quality of its legal representation.

P.S. – I think I need to go back to school. I am starting to look like a slacker around this place. Jim.

 

 

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