• Justin Hein

Justin D. Hein is joining Carle Mackie Power & Ross LLP

Updated: Dec 9, 2020

Switching law firms but still offering the same kinds of legal representation.

I am leaving Smith Dollar PC this month and joining a new law firm. My new law firm will be Carle Mackie Power & Ross LLP (CMPR).

I enjoyed my years at Smith Dollar PC and learned so much working on diverse matters with experienced and talented attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries, and support staff. It was a very difficult decision to depart, but believe it is the right one for me and my family at this time. I have and will continue to thank everyone there for the opportunity and assisting me grow as a professional.

In my new position, I will be working in the Employment and Litigation sections of CMPR. This will allow me to continue to assist employers and businesses, especially as they attempt to navigate all of the tumult that has been handed to them as a result of the pandemic.

I will also continue to serve and represent my niche area of practice, professional and healthcare licensing defense. Whether it be at applicant stage or post-revocation writ of administrative mandate, I will continue to strive to provide guidance and zealous defense of professional and healthcare licensees.

My existing clients at Smith Dollar PC are presently being notified and given the option to have their matter transferred to me and CMPR, subject to a conflict check, entering a new attorney-client fee agreement, and meeting CMPR's retainer requirement. Moreover, clients with balances due to Smith Dollar PC will be required to satisfy those balances, despite my departure. Transferring clients with retainers still at Smith Dollar PC can request that those retainers be refunded to the client.

Until I get settled in at CMPR, the best way to reach me will be through the contact form on this website, via my email and telephone number here. I will update the contact information with that at CMPR at that later date.

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