Malcolm LaVergne, Verified Credentials
Malcolm LaVergne has been a Premium Member since June 26, 2012.
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|Verified Credentials||Date Verified|
|(2004) Licensed as Attorney in Nevada. Verified with Nevada State Bar.||June 27, 2012|
|(2001) Licensed as Attorney in Texas. Verified with Texas State Bar.||June 27, 2012|
|(2001) Licensed as Attorney in New York. Verified with New York State Bar.||June 27, 2012|
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