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Gonzalez Saggio Expands into Phoenix, LA

Gonzalez SaggioMilwaukee’s Gonzalez Saggio, a minority-owned law firm, is opening offices in Phoenix, Arizona and Los Angeles, California.

Gonzalez Saggio represents AIG, Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley. Yikes. No wonder they’re expanding.

The Phoenix office will be run by Charles Hamilton Houston III, who previously headed his own Phoenix law firm.

The California office will bring nine attorneys from LA’s Atkins & Evans. Their clients include Coca-Cola, Bank of America, Ford and Honda North America.

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Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan LLP has 90 attorneys nationwide and nine other offices, including Chicago, Las Vegas and New York.

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