Albert Thuesen is the principal of Coit Law Group (CLG), founded in 2014 in San Francisco. CLG is a full service civil practice, focusing on handling litigation claims on behalf of individuals, families, and local business clientele. CLG handles commercial disputes, personal injury cases, labor matters, landlord/tenant disputes, estate planning, and business consulting. Based in North Beach, CLG networks with a vast informal association of multi-discipline practitioners to effectuate prompt results to its clients at efficient cost.
Since 2001, he has worked tirelessly to represent clients involved in high value litigation throughout the country with great success. Licensed in four western states, he’s had a national practice representing individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies in a variety of matters. He proudly notes that his clientele has included working parents, family owned companies, as well as some of America’s most treasured household brands. His practice regularly brings him into both state and federal courts, as well as arbitrators/mediators.
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