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Law Offices of Scott Warmuth
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Congresswoman Judy Chu presenting Yesenia with the Building Bridges Award
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The Winner of our Asian American Expo TV Givaway passed through our City of Industry Office to pick up their prize. Bob Liu found us at our booth and won an LED TV as a result. Be sure to find us at our next event!


(Photos: From Right - Scott Warmuth 'Attorney & President' - Bob Liu - Tammy Wong 'General Manager')
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Join us again at this year's Asian American Expo! Thousands of people come out every year to participate in this amazing event, so don't miss out!

January 16 & 17
Sat: 10am - 10pm
Sun: 10am - 7pm
Booth: 4526-4527

http://ow.ly/X58Xc

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We were excited to meet @HillaryClinton today! Our offices & Scott Warmuth co-hosted the event.
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Speaking Their Language: Law Offices of Scott Warmuth Featured in Daily Journal

In the Daily Journal firm profile article, “Speaking Their Language,” Law Offices of Scott Warmuth attorneys discuss their wide range of legal practices—civil litigation, immigration, criminal defense, elder abuse and intellectual property—for their clientele that is dominated by the Chinese and Spanish communities.
Unlike most boutiques that establish specific practice areas, the firm focuses on a specific public—immigrants. “What sets us apart is we have to interact in these ethnic communities,” says President Scott Warmuth. “The most common thing I face is people who come in here and they’re just totally confused. They just want to know their rights.”

After graduating law school in 1984, Mr. Warmuth set up the firm’s first office in the San Gabriel Valley, which at the time was a transitioning hub for Chinese immigrants. As other firms moved, closed or changed focus, the firm remained a reliable fixture. “In that way, we found our niche inadvertently,” says criminal defense attorney Justin Rodriguez. “We have ties to the community. People refer us to their brothers, sisters, cousins and neighbors.”

Given that so few clients speak English as a primary language, roughly 40 of the firm’s employees speak either Spanish or some Chinese dialect, or both. In most cases, immigrants do not understand the U.S. legal system, and therefore turn to the firm’s attorneys to help them navigate the system.

“I didn’t know where it would end up when I started,” says Mr. Warmuth. “But I found that so long as you stay standing long enough, you’re going to become an expert.”

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An #incredible meeting; discussions on ending Poverty in #LosAngeles took bold steps towards #future possibilities.
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#BryanUrias has our full support in his run for #California 48th District #Assemblymember.
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