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undefinedLuke I. Wozniak

Senior Associate

California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, Oregon & Washington
Tel: (949) 477-5050
Direct: : (949) 610-7337

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Luke I. Wozniak was admitted to the California Bar in 2006 and has been with Wright, Finlay & Zak since 2011. Prior to joining Wright, Finlay & Zak, Mr. Wozniak practiced in the areas of complex business, as well as consumer finance and mortgage banking litigation. Mr. Wozniak is admitted to practice in California, as well as Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.

Education

  • Queens College (B.A., Political Science; B.A., Business Management, magna cum laude, 2002)
  • Whittier Law School (J.D., magna cum laude, 2006)

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