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Owenby Law Ranks #84 in Law Firm 500 Fastest Growing Law Firms
Owenby Law Ranks #84 in Law Firm 500 Fastest Growing Law Firms

In August, Owenby Law, P.A. was selected to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in the entire U.S. Now we’re delighted to share that we’ve also been selected to the Law Firm 500 Fastest Growing Law Firms list as a 2019 Honoree! This will be our third time to ...

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