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McLean is a census designated place in northern Virginia and is home to some of the most powerful and influential people in the country. Two US Supreme Court justices reside in McLean – Justice Antonin Scalia and Justice Clarence Thomas, as well as former Vice President Dick Cheney. The densely populated McLean is known for its many upscale homes and shopping centers as well as its excellent schools. Many students from McLean attend the nearby Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology which is rated the number one high school in American by US News and World Report.
With so many significant people in McLean, it is no surprise that there are abundant McLean lawyers who are quite skillful in their trade. These attorneys practice in many areas of law including intellectual property, tax, bankruptcy, personal injury, civil rights, DUI, criminal defense, and more.
The McLean based Mars chocolate company of North America has recently been on the defending side of at least four lawsuits claiming that it and other major chocolate companies are violating the antitrust laws. The lawsuits claim that Mars and its competitors have been engaged in price fixing and market allocation for chocolate in the United States for the past two decades. The McLean-based company has only said that it has been contacted by the antitrust division of the US Attorney’s Office, and has not commented further on the lawsuits.
McLean is served by the 19th Judicial Circuit Court, the largest trial court in the state composed of 15 active judges. If you have a case in McLean, you will probably have to make the 10 mile drive to this court for your lawsuit to be heard. In addition to being good company on the road, a local McLean attorney would be an excellent addition for your case.
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