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Harry Bradley

LICENSED ATTORNEY FOR OVER 15 YEARS

Since 2003, Harry Bradley has been helping clients find effective solutions to legal issues both in and out of the courtroom. He began his career as a litigator in Indiana and Illinois courtrooms.

Harry’s practice has focused on various business issues, including sales and service agreements, product warranties, FTC compliance, arbitration agreements, fraudulent sales litigation, and has also represented clients with issues arising under the state commercial code. Additionally, he has represented clients in insurance defense litigation, subrogation and collections.

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Harry is available for remote access, in-person, and proxy court room representation.

Cost-Effective Legal Advice For Your Business

Fitting the needs of your business, however, doesn’t necessarily mean the substantial investment of fitting a custom-tailored suit – you may only need the hem of a cuff or sleeve to achieve the best results for you.

We help businesses with tailored transactional legal services, including Contracts, Business organization, Real estate, Taxes and licenses and Intellectual property.

We also provide experienced counsel and representation for the challenges of disputes, including Civil Litigation, Arbitration, Collections and replevin, Mediation and negotiations.

We provide cost-effective solutions for your legal needs, so you can get back to what you do best, managing your business.

Lemon Law Articles from H.C. Bradley LLC

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The Basics: What Is The Lemon Law? At a very basic level, the Lemon Law is defined as “a set of laws that provide a remedy for purchases that repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality

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