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Renee B. Gerstman and Susan E. Wells Announce Opening of New Law Firm, Wells & Gerstman PLLC
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Summary: Attorneys Renee B. Gerstman and Susan E. Wells have opened their own commercial law firm in Arizona.

Renee B. Gerstman and Susan E. Wells, commercial attorneys in Arizona, are pleased to announce the opening of their firm, Wells & Gerstman, PLLC. The posting on reveals that the brand new practice will represent medium and small business clients in both business and commercial real estate transactions. The firm will also serve as outside concierge general counsel.


Renee B. Gerstman has represented business owners in all phases of commercial transactions and litigation, from the inception of the business to its sale. Her practice has also included real estate, LLCs, shareholder issues, partnerships, and general business contracts. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1985.

Susan E. Wells earned her law degree from Brooklyn Law School. Her practice includes multiple facets of business matters, including mergers and acquisitions leases, financings, contracts, corporate governance, choice of business entity, regulatory compliance, day-to-day operations, joint ventures, and leases. Wells also enjoys serving as “general counsel” for clients who do not have attorneys or need to supplement in-house capabilities.

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