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Laub and Laub expands practice, hires local attorney

Provided to the TribuneJoe Laub, right, welcomes South Lake Tahoe attorney Lisa E. Sennott to the Laub and Laub law firm.
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One of South Lake Tahoe’s oldest law firms has just gotten bigger.

The Law Offices of Laub and Laub recently hired Lisa E. Sennott, expanding its practice to better serve its clients.

Laub and Laub handles cases in personal injury, workers compensation, criminal defense and bankruptcy law. Sennott complements the practice with her strengths in business transactions and real estate law.



“I feel extremely lucky to be a part of this terrific law firm, and it excites me to know that I can really make a difference, and truly help our clients in this tough economic time,” Sennott said. “The attorneys and staff at Laub and Laub are all genuine, approachable and highly professional – a trio of qualities that is hard to find in this business.”

A licensed California real estate broker and Nevada real estate agent, Sennott, with her husband, Duncan, also owns local burger joint The Sno-Flake Drive-In.



With offices in South Lake Tahoe, Carson City, Reno and Truckee, Laub and Laub is ready and available to assist anyone with legal needs.

“We are committed to promptly answering any and all legal questions through our Web site at http://www.asklaub.com. Consultations are always free, and questions received online or via phone are always answered that day, sometimes even within the hour,” said Joe Laub, firm managing partner and owner.

Established in South Lake Tahoe in 1965, Laub and Laub is at 1148 Ski Run Blvd., in South Lake Tahoe, and can be reached at (530) 577-LAUB (5282).


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