Wallace C. Doolittle has more than 30 years of experience in handling legal disputes.
He has worked on many cases, including over 30 trials, hundreds of interviews with witnesses, and thousands of hearings. He also helps people with legal documents related to business deals.
Wallace has worked with one of the biggest bond underwriters in the country since 1996 and has helped borrowers with bond deals worth over $200 million.
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Wallace C. Doolittle
Wallace is a native Californian, who attended college in the San Francisco Bay Area and has practiced law here in the Bay Area since 1992. Prior to practicing law, Wallace worked as a legal assistant for Richard J. Idell, A Law Corporation in San Francisco and Sears Mortgage Securities Corporation in the Chicago, Illinois area.
James has worked for Wallace C. Doolittle for a number of years in all areas of complex litigation, including commercial and business litigation; complex family law and dissolution cases; banking and insurance litigation. James has extensive motion and deposition experience, as well as trial, arbitration and appellate experience.
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