Moze Cowper - A Los Angeles personal injury and mass tort attorney has spent the last nineteen years developing a deep understanding of complex litigation. He has been recognized “as one of the most innovative injury attorneys in the United StatesMake an Appointment
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Moze Cowper has tried two plaintiff personal injury cases in 2018 and both ended in favorable verdicts for the client. Matt Howell has tried over sixty cases in the last ten years.
We have worked with Field Medal winners, Nobel Prize laureates, and the most beloved physicians in small towns all over the country. These experts trust us.
Moze Cowper is a Chamber’s-rated attorney with over 18 years of experience handling e-discovery issues. He has served on the faculty of Georgetown Law School’s Advanced E-Discovery Institute.
Motion practice should be more creative. The goal of any good motion should not be to create mindless work for your adversary.
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