Kulwant S. Boora, Esq., is the Principal and Founder of The Boora Law Group. Attorney Boora is also admitted to the practice of law in the United Kingdom. Prior to becoming an attorney, he spent several years as a legal professional working alongside experienced attorneys (which also included a former Chief Federal Judge) working on various State and Federal cases ranging from minor to complex legal cases.
During his legal experience, as part of a legal team, resulted in significant case law in the State of Michigan, which was appealed eventually to the Michigan Supreme Court that reversed the judgment of the Michigan Court of Appeals. Attorney Boora also served as co-counsel on the largest drug case in the history of Monroe County, Michigan in which it was estimated that $6 million dollars' worth of drugs were seized by the Michigan State Police, which also got the attention of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and DEA given the international drug operation that was involved across international borders and U.S. States.
Attorney Boora has also worked for fortune 200 & 500 business corporations on national and international projects. That has included implementation of global processes and procedures worldwide. Attorney Boora also gained experience in international law and business while in England, United Kingdom, where he practiced law at various law firms in Birmingham. Attorney Boora also served as a Judicial Intern to a Federal United States District Court Bankruptcy Judge, in the Northern District of Ohio.
Attorney Boora also served as a former employee of The Law Society of England and Wales (Office for the Supervision of Solicitors (OSS) now Solicitors Regulation Authority, SRA). He was also an internal auditor for a law firm in which he successfully implemented quality standards to maintain the ISO 9001 quality standards and excellence for the various law offices for the whole firm.
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