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Ideal Legal Group, Inc., a Los Angeles-based law firm specializing in immigration, labor and employment matters, and family law, has announced the addition of attorney Ginger Wang to the firm. Ms. Wang has particular expertise in labor and employment law but will also be handling the firm's immigration, personal injury, and landlord/tenant cases.


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