Miles Cooley

Attorney

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Miles Cooley serves as counsel to entertainment and media companies, major celebrities and high-profile individuals.  He negotiates and documents their deals, protects their assets at every turn and aggressively defends their rights and investments on a local, regional and global scale. For More.

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As the deadline looms for California lawmakers to finalize the state budget, foster care advocates are pushing to increase funding for dependency counsel.

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As the deadline looms for California lawmakers to finalize the state budget, foster care advocates are pushing to increase funding for dependency counsel.

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