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“Tony's advice to me was invaluable in recent job transitions. Under a compressed time line Tony provided expert advice. Drawing on his deep knowledge and experience in the field of employment law, he gave me guidelines for negotiation and the comfort required to move forward with the resulting agreements.” Mary Ann Cate
"A masterful negotiator. I knew from my first call with Harwood Law that Tony Harwood was the right lawyer for my legal matter. He always made me feel comfortable and it was evident that he had my best interest in mind. During the first few weeks working with him, he truly showcased his masterful negotiation skills and got things started off on the right foot. The expectations that we had set from the beginning were indeed where we found ourselves in the end and I could not be happier with the outcome." Johnny Green
“Anthony Harwood has represented me in multiple cases over the years. Tony’s expert advice was invaluable and having him by my side gave me all the confidence I needed during negotiations. His attention to details and deep knowledge of the law helped me achieve the desired outcome and I am extremely happy to have had him on my team.” Tigran Antonyan
"Tony Harwood is extremely ethical and knowledgeable in the law. He took all the anxiety out of the process, helping a difficult matter be resolved smoothly and as amicably as possible." Stuart Baron
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