Marin attorneys Thane Schultz and John Corcoran have joined the San Rafael law firm of Plastiras & Terrizi.
Schultz, a longtime Marin resident, will focus on family law and general civil litigation. His previous work experience included stints with a civil litigation firm and two years running a family real estate development business in Australia.
Corcoran, a Tiburon planning commissioner, previously worked for a Silicon Valley law firm focusing on estate planning, employment law and small business representation.
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John Corcoran is an attorney in Marin County, California. He has advised clients on various issues related to renewable energy, clean technology and climate change, including California's Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32). He currently practices general civil litigation and advises small and medium-sized businesses. John can be reached at (415) 472-8100 x211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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