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(SF) Steven Frankoff has not always been an attorney. Long before he took his first entrance exam or sat before the Law School Admission Council, he was an experienced and savoy business man. Together with his father they ran a successful series of furniture stores. He was deeply involved in the international trade of supplies and fabrics while bringing new ideas forward necessary to support a successful furniture line that was sold in there stores. Furthermore he was involved in all the aspects of running a commercial operations including employment issues, insurance problems, and collection matters. This experience has provided him with a unique array of knowledge and sensitivity to what matters to client today.
Once he decided to enter the practice of law his one aim was to help other people in business who would benefit from what he had learned and experienced both in legal expertise and in the business world.
After having completed his Juris Doctor (J.D.) in Law from the South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas, he decided to go one step further. He secured a Master of Laws (LLM) Degree in International Business, Trade, Commerce and Taxation from the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, Sacramento, California. While obtaining this degree he lived abroad for approximately 2 years. There he learned about international banking, multi-national transactions, and the differing legal approaches of various countries as they do vary greatly.
Steven Frankoff has observed court trials in E.U. Countries like Germany and Denmark. He has since developed many professional relationships with people he has meet. His established professional contacts and resources go far beyond Houston Texas, and are now place at your disposal as well. Unlike most attorneys, Steven Frankoff’s practice of the law, professional experiences, and real world lessons learned have not been at the expense of his clients. Over the years he has learned that the only winners in litigation are the lawyers, and that the only operational rule is resolution.
In today’s fast and furious race to stay in business only the fleet of foot and the lean and mean survive. That is why Mr. Steven Frankoff looks forward to meet clients like himself, who also want to overcome adversity and avoid the pitfalls that so often befall on owners of small business.