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  • Legal Services
    • Agostini & Norton
        • Law firm whose associates knock on Kate's door with a court order for a blood sample. (Season 5 episode Because You Left)
    • Al Skoog: Attorney-at-Law
        • Attorney Joe hires to oversee dissolution of his partnership with Brian. He's "Skoogerific" (Season 7 episode Burnin' Down the House)
    • Albert Dershman
        • Lionel Hutz informs Bart that the Krusty-O Cereal Corp has settled his case for $100,000, less, of course, his legal fees - for a case this complex, he had to assemble a crack team of lawyers, including Ronald Chaporo, trial attorney, and Albert Dershman, who can hold three billiard balls in his mouth - leaving Bart $500. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Ankh-Sto Associates
        • Law firm employing Greenyham, one of those duped by Reacher Gilt into giving up their legal ways, defrauding the rightful owners of the Clacks and racing straight into deeply illicit acts in Going Postal.
    • Badger, Haggle & Bill
        • Legal firm in the Law Offices building where Bart goes looking for a lawyer to divorce his parents. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Barney Law
        • New record added 5/16/2022
        • Royal Abbott’s lawyer, Todd Barney. (Season 1 episode The Land)
    • Barnhart, Scully, Walsh and Plemmer
        • Law firm mentioned in Omaha World-Herald newspaper article: "Tracy Enid Flick, 17, has retained the services of Mike Plemmer of Omaha law firm Barnhart, Scully, Walsh and Plemmer, Plemmer announced today." Continue reading the article, and you'll find the following note: "If you've paused the film in order to read this entire article, your time would be better spent renting "Citizen Ruth" from your local video store."
    • Bellows & Harvey
        • Attorneys-at-Law. Lawyer that sends Adam letter about his brother Charles' death and placing of his body in the Oddfellows Cemetery.
    • Bendini, Lambert & Locke
        • Memphis law firm involved with organized crime that hires Mitch McDeere.
    • Bendini, Lambert and Locke
        • A small tax law firm based in Memphis that Mitch McDeere joins.
    • Bob Nolder
        • Attorney at law. The lawyer Johnny's dad brings in - wants to sit down with Zack's family.
    • Bow Tie Tom 54
        • Max's lawyer that helps him with his parents' estate after they are killed. (Part One)
    • Cameron, Cheung and Chown
        • Attorneys at law office on the street in the background when Five jumps into the future. (Season 1 episode Run Boy Run)
    • Caplan and Dayhill
        • Law Office that Wilson Fisk mentions to his lawyer. (Season 2 episode Seven Minutes in Heaven)
    • Chadway & Torkensen
        • Legal office in the background behind the sliders when they slide to the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Chesterfield, Filbert, Bingham & Chase
        • Law firm Captain Liberty hires to sue the League of Superheroes. Steve Filbert is The Chamion's alter ego. (Episode The Big Leagues)
    • Cobb, Field & Partners
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
    • Cream Pie, Fart and Donkey Punch
        • Joke Jason's dirty grandpa makes when Jason's fiance calls.
    • Cupid's Stupid Divorce Attorneys
        • Store next door. Tribute to the Connie Francis song Stupid Cupid. (Season 5 episode The Itty Bitty Ditty Committee)
    • Davis & Main
        • Santa Fe law firm that HHM brings in on Jimmy and Chuck's elderly fraud case. (Season 1 episode Marco) Jimmy accepts the job offer. (Season 2 episode Switch)
        • Joke Chandler's boss makes the night he and his wife invite Chandler and Monica over for dinner. (Season 5 episode The One With Chandler's Work Laugh)
    • Digiola Bros. Probate Law
        • Lawyer listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Divorce Law Specialists
        • Manjula considers divorcing Apu after he has an affair with the Squishee girl at Kwik-E-Mart. (Season 3 episode The Sweetest Apu)
    • The Divorce Specialists
        • Legal service advertised on the car radio when Homer and Marge are driving to Esther's motor shop. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Drexel-BuHock
        • Law firm on the Texas world, with 1300 gunfighters on the payroll. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Duset and Stine
        • Law firm Will worked for. Will quit because Grace was dating Duset and it got awkward.
    • Ellen Wolf, Esq. Attorney at Law
        • Defense attorney and friend of LaGuerta that Miguel wants Dexter to help him kill. (Season 3)
    • Emerson Lake and Palmer
        • Firm where Rebecca claims to work when she's pretending to be Sam's wife to impress Diane (Season 11 episode 26 One for the Road)
    • Exodus, Leviticus and Matthew
        • Ned: "Homer, if you punch me, we'll be even according to Exodus, Leviticus and Matthew.
          Homer: "So you hired a law firm, eh?"
          (Season 24 episode Black-Eyed, Please)
    • F.J. Palmer, Attorney
        • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Feinberg, Feinberg, Feinberg & Feinberg
        • Marvel and Stan Lee's law firm that comes after Tobias and his girlfriend for dressing up as The Fantastic Four (Season 4)
    • Fisker & Associates
        • Legal firm used by freelancers to probate their wills (Season 2 episode Second Listen)
    • Forbush & Associates
        • From advertisement for law firm posted on the wall next posters for Mariah's Unity Jam concert, featuring image of Stan Lee. (Season 2 episode Can't Front on Me)
    • Forman & Johnson
        • Company visible in the Greater Dallas Telephone Directory when Diego is looking for Oga Foroga. (Season 2 episode Öga for Öga)
    • Fred Shay
        • The attorney Tim's mother brings to juvenile hall when she returns from China.
    • Frito Pendejo
        • Dax Shepherd's character - Luke Wilson's lawyer who got his law degree at Costco.
    • Fwar, Dips, Winshares, Gritt, Babip, Pecota, Vorp & Eckstein
        • Law firm filled with Sabermetrics references. fWAR = FanGraphs' version of Wins Above Replacement. DIPS = Defense Independent Pitching Statistics, Win Shares = a system developed in the early 2000s by sabermetric legend Bill James. BABIP = Batting average on balls in play. PECOTA = Player Empirical Comparison and Optimization Test Algorithm. VORP = Value over replacement player. Eckstein = former MLB infielder David Eckstein. (Season 7 episode 2017)
    • Galino & Farnes
        • Also known as "The Attorney Guys" and "Soggy Gross Attorneys". Washington D.C.'s premiere private attorneys for suing aquatic biomes. Steven Colbert's recommendation to Rudy Giuliani for the law firm Trump should use to sue "the swamp".
    • Gately, Wayne, Kittenplan and Troelstch
        • Law firm Councilman Jamm hires, referencing characters from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. (Season 5 episode Partridge)
    • Gord Solomon
        • Attorney that works for Liber8, first seen (Season 3 episode Minute Man)
    • The Guilty Guys
        • Law firm the Bluth family hires for Buster, five of the most prestigious attorneys in Orange County. Very expensive but very, very good, especially if you're guilty. (Season 5 episode The Untethered Sole)
    • Hamish, Hamish & Hamlin
        • Jeff's old law firm, where he and the study group attend a party, invited by Jeff's buddy Alan Connor. (Season 2 episode Accounting for Lawyers)
    • Hamlin Hamlin & McGill
        • Charles "Chuck" McGill's old law firm, from which he believes he will return to some day. (Season 1 episode Uno)
    • Hansen, Hawes & Munster
        • Listing in the Greater Dallas Telephone Directory when Diego and Five are looking for Sir Reginald Hargreeves. (Season 2 episode The Frankel Footage)
    • Harmattan, Burton & Smith
        • Peter Parker's pizza delivery assignment, which he fails to arrive in time.
    • Hasenjager & Rex
        • Listing on Evan Dr. in the Greater Dallas Telephone Directory when Diego and Five are looking for Sir Reginald Hargreeves. (Season 2 episode The Frankel Footage)
    • Hockey, Joke & Dunnit
        • Legal firm in the Law Offices building where Bart goes looking for a lawyer to divorce his parents. (Season 14 episode Barting Over)
    • Hogarth, Chao & Benowitz
        • Jeri Hogarth offers Foggy a job at her firm Hogarth, Chao & Benowitz, even going so far as to suggest his future potential as a partner, and what the firm's new name would be - Hogarth, Chao, Benowitz and Nelson. (Season 2 episode A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen)
        • Foggy, now working for Jeri Hogarth's law firm, approaches Luke Cage in Seagate Prison. (Episode The H Word)
    • Hogarth, Chao, Benowitz and Nelson
        • Jeri Hogarth offers Foggy a job at her firm Hogarth, Chao & Benowitz, even going so far as to suggest his future potential as a partner, and what the firm's new name would be - Hogarth, Chao, Benowitz and Nelson. (Season 2 episode A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen)
    • Huey Louie Dewey
        • Car Talk's legal counsel as listed in their credits.
    • Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger and McCormick
        • No description available
    • Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, Hungerdunger, and McCormick
        • Captain Spaulding dictates a letter to this law firm.
    • I Can't Believe it's a Law Firm!
        • Lionel Hutz's law office in Springfield Mall. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job, Season 7 episode The Day the Violence Died) Seen in the background in various episodes. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • J. Hogarth & Associates
        • The name of Jeri's new firm, now that she's pushed her partners out, thanks to Malcolm. (Season 2 episode AKA Playland)
    • Jackie Chiles Attorney at Law
        • Lawyer Kramer hires to sue Java World. (Season 7 episode The Maestro) Lawyer Kramer hires to see Sue Ellen Mishke, the heir to the O'Henry candy bar fortune, for walking around wearing a bra. (Season 7 The Caddy) Kramer goes to Jackie Chiles with a case against the tobacco companies. (Season 8 episode The Abstinence) When the gang gets arrested in Latham, Massachusetts, they hire Jackie Chiles to defend them. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • James McGill, Esq.: A Law Corporation
        • Jimmy's law practice, also listed as the Law Offices of James McGill on the check from Hamlin Hamlin & McGill. Chuck suggests Jimmy change the name to either Vanguard Law, or Gibraltar Law. (Season 1 episode Uno) Displayed as James M. McGill Attorney at Law, and abbreviated as JMM. (Season 1 episode Hero)
    • Jeff Winger, Hero at Law
        • Jeff's law office: Jeff Winger, hero at law, Best lawyer you ever saw, Hero to freedom, defender of liberty, South of the forty on Lincoln, You park for free! (Season 5 episode Repilot)
    • Junkytown Legal Clinic
        • Legal clinic Marge passes on her beat on her first day. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
    • Kay French Estates
        • Company listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Kevin F. O'Donnell
        • Lawyer advertised on billboard, tribute to Breaking Bad's Better Call Saul… Hurt at Work? Better call Kev!
    • Kistler Raymond Law Group
        • Legal firm where Robert leaves the little girl that he rescues from Turkey.
    • Kohner Law Offices
        • Law office Will's father hires to sue the Sattler Company. (Season 1 episode Chapter Five: The Flea and the Acrobat)
    • Landman and Zack LLP
        • Law firm where Foggy interned - mentioned in various episodes during season 1, shown in flashback. (Season 1 episode Nelson v. Murdock)
    • Larkin & Green Attorney at Law
        • Lawyer listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Law Firm of Dewey, Cheatthem, Howe & Weissmann
        • Law firm that reviews the terms of The Simpsons' Great Aunt Hortense's will, which requires the family to spend the night in her haunted house. (Season 7 episode Bart the Fink)
    • The Law Firm of Moe, Larry and Shemp
        • Joke Saul Goodman makes when he finds out Mike used another lawyer besides him.. (Season 5 episode Say My Name)
    • Law Firm of Seacrest and Slumdog
        • Joke Chang makes when Jeff and Abed don't show up for class. (Season 1 episode Communication Studies)
    • Law Offices of Babip, Pecota, Vorp & Eckstein
        • Law firm filled with Sabermetrics references. BABIP = Batting average on balls in play. PECOTA = Player Empirical Comparison and Optimization Test Algorithm. VORP = Value over replacement player. Eckstein = former MLB infielder David Eckstein. (Season 6 episode Gin It Up!)
    • Law Offices of Jackson, Broadhurst and Klein
        • Where Sam Jackson works.
    • Law Offices of Martin Vale and Associates
        • Martin Vail's legal firm that represents alleged murderer Aaron Stampler, also known as The Butcher Boy of Saint Mike's.
    • Law Offices of Winslow & Wallace
        • Ryan Goodwin's lawyer. (Season 3 episode W.O.M.B.)
    • Lazard, Lazard, Conda, Dactile & Cohen
        • King Koopa: "I'm Larry Lazard, of Lazard, Lazard, Conda, Dactile... and Cohen..."
    • Lionel Hutz, Attorney-At-Law
        • Lawyer The Simpsons hire to sue Mr. Burns after he hits Bart with his car. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car) Executor of Abe's girlfriend Beatrice Simmons' will. (Season 2 episode Old Money) "Cases won in thirty minutes or your pizza's free" (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!)
    • Marigold and Levy
        • Accident/injury law firm that theater teacher Mr. Gordon mentions in a deleted scene, a commercial he did.
    • Marion, Teague & Weisman
        • Lana's new boyfriend Jason Teague's father's legal firm. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • Max Von Bloom Attorney at Law
        • Legal service in the background on the world where creativity is outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • Mungar, Kirk & Sullivan LLP
        • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)
        • When Karen visits Frank in the hospital, she informs the policeman standing guard that she works with Nelson and Murdock, Mr. Castle's lawyers of record. (Season 2 episode The Abyss)
    • Nelson, Murdock & Page
        • Foggy proposes an updated name for their law firm. (Season 3 episode A New Napkin)
    • O.C. Clayborn
        • Attorney listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Omani Y Rosario
        • Columbian law firm that sent the letter that Vince Larkin finds in Grissom's cell.
    • Paltrow, Christiansen & Golub, Law Offices
        • Legal firm that Lecktor mentions when he makes phone calls tracking down Will Graham's home address.
    • Patrick Meighan
        • Morgan Freeman's civit rights lawyer character. Did you mean black cocks?
    • Perry Masonry
        • After wishing on a falling star, the Rubbles find Bamm-Bamm abandoned on their doorstep. Their attempt to adopt the boy leads to a custody battle involving attorney Perry Masonry. (Episode Little Bamm-Bamm)
    • Pete Petey Peterson
        • Personal injury claims lawyer that represents the woman claiming to have had Dan's child. (Season 4 episode Paternity)
    • Reginald, Richter and Satan
        • Theresa: What, are you like a public defender, or are you part of one of those cold, faceless corporate firms with a name like Reginald, Richter and Satan?
    • Rhumann, Willian and Mandall
        • Ruling law firm on a very ass-backwards world that doesn't have monarchs or political parties. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
    • Ronald Chaporo
        • Lionel Hutz informs Bart that the Krusty-O Cereal Corp has settled his case for $100,000, less, of course, his legal fees - for a case this complex, he had to assemble a crack team of lawyers, including Ronald Chaporo, trial attorney, and Albert Dershman, who can hold three billiard balls in his mouth - leaving Bart $500. (Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
    • Ross J. Kelley
        • Shyster lawyer from TV commercials in Quinn's original world.
        • Ross J. Kelley's counterpart interrogates Rembrandt on the communist world where Quinn and friends land after returning from the ice age Earth. (Pilot episode)
        • Ross J. Kelley's counterpart on the Sorcerer world is still a shyster lawyer, though practicing a different style of law, focusing on the supernatural. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Sagman, Bennett, Robbins, Oppenheim and Taff
        • Law firm where Vanessa works, the woman that Jerry meets at Elaine's friend Pamela's birthday party at Le Trianon. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • Samurai Divorce Court
        • John Belushi's Samurai as a judge. In the Samurai world, custody cases are resolved by splitting children in half. (February 14, 1976)
    • Saul Goodman and Associates
        • Walt and Jesse's lawyer. "Better Call Saul!" (Season 2 episode Better Call Saul)
    • Schweikart & Cokely
        • Law firm representing Sandpiper Crossing Assisted Living, the retirement community that Jimmy discovers is overcharging their residents. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Seacrest and Slumdog
        • Joke Chang makes when Jeff and Abed don't show up for class. (Season 1 episode Communication Studies)
    • Shepard, Shepard, Levine and Webb
        • New record added 5/19/2022
        • Attorneys at Law. Maddie Hayes’ attorney. (Season 1 Pilot episode)
    • Silverberg, Thompson, Katzoff, Klien, O'Leary, Phelps & Manning
        • Lawyer that approaches Rembrandt at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Singer and Fleckman
        • Law firm where a Cheers patron named Tom works. Tom appears in various episodes, includingSeason 2 episode 12 Where There's a Will, Season 3 episode 9 An American Family and Season 3 episode 18 Bar Bet... Tom finally passes the bar and handles Sam's case when Sam gets arrested for assaulting Diane after she turns down another proposal from him (Season 5 episode 13 Chambers vs. Malone)
    • Slant, Morecombe and Honeyplace
        • Law firm consisting of the three most powerful lawyers: zombie Mr. Slant, who happens to be a zombie and the head of the Guild of Lawyers; and vampires Mr. Honeyplace and Mr. Morecombe.
    • Smith & Williams Bailiff Office
        • Office in the dustbowl town that Sheldon passes through looking for the images in his prophetic visions. (Season 1 episode All the Devils are Here)
    • Snitkin, Snitkin and Katz
        • Law firm that served Casey her divorce papers (Season 6 episode The Shrink)
    • Stern, Kessler, Goldstein & Krupnik
        • Firm where Helen works as a legal secretary.
    • Stone, Cooper and Grandy: Attorneys at Law
        • Former Dunder Mifflin client that Michael and Dwight attempt to win back with a gift basket. (Season 4 episode Dunder Mifflin Infinity)
    • Sue, Cripple & Sneer
        • The manual opens with a legal letter from this firm, informing the player that they have inherited a spaceship.
    • Sweetzer & Verdansky
        • Desmond's lawyer that he takes Claire to see., turns out to be Jack's lawyer as well. (Season 6 episode The Last Recruit)
    • Taylor, Wood & Johnson
        • Most prestigious law form in New York that offers Dan a job - and sets him up for disbarment. (Season 7 episode Branded Part 1)
    • Ted Disingenuous, Attorney at Law
        • Duke Phillips' lawyer (Season 1 episode A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera)
    • Teller and Dutch
        • Major merger and acquisitions firm where 4400 returnee Christopher Dubov works as a lawyer. (Season 3 episode Gone, Part 2)
    • Tony Daniel
        • Attorney at Law. Serial killer The Doll Maker's attorney.
    • Trevor Noah & Associates & Sons
        • Presidential Attorneys. "Are you a soon-to-be-ex-president? About to lose legal immunity? Has your lawyer gone to jail? Call the very fine people on YOUR side" (newspaper advertisement)
    • Trott, Nicholson, Tuller & Graves (TNT&G)
        • Los Angeles law firm that defends clients involved in controversial and newsworthy cases.
    • Two Guys Who are Lawyers
        • Jerry: How many times has this happened to you - You're sitting with your family in a parked car, a drunken man without insurance or a license deliberately hits you broadside and lays you up indefinitely? You feel you have a claim, but just don't know where to go. "Lawyers are expensive,” you say? Not when you come to Two Guys Who Are Lawyers, the discount law firm. (Host Fred Willard 10/14/78)
    • Vitale, Davis, Horowitz, Riordan, Schrecter, Schrecter, and Schrecter
        • Lawndale law firm where Helen Morgendorffer works.
    • Voorhees-Krueger
        • Law office, reference to slashers in Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street.
    • Wade Blasingame Esq. Attorney at Law
        • TV attorney specializing in suing dogs. Over 2000 dogs sued, responsible for 23 dogs exterminated and 3 more scheduled to die. "Call Wade Blasingame - he's man's best friend."
    • Warren Banks, Attorney at Law
        • The lawyer that Lowell hires to handle his divorce from Bunny. "He's the best" (Season 5 episode Bye Bye Bunny)
    • Wexler-McGill, Partners at Law
        • 
Name of law firm partnership that Jimmy proposes to Kim. She declines. (Season 2 episode Inflatable)
    • William Morris Business Affairs
        • Where Debbie's husband Mark works. (Season 2 episode Viking Funeral)
    • Williams, Ketcham and Stern
        • Law firm that offers Harry job - and Dan later mentions. (Season 9 episode Opportunity Knock-Knocks Part 1)
    • Wolff and Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre
        • Specialize in serving the legal needs of monsters and other supernatural beings, or those who find themselves in conflict with such beings.
    • Wolfram & Hart
        • With 666 attorneys in our Home Office in Los Angeles, the full-service firm of Wolfram & Hart can attend to your legal needs in this dimension, or any other.
    • Wolpert & Nedivi Law Partners, LLC
        • Billboard. Tax Man Got You on a Rope? We've Got You Covered! (Season 1 episode I Heard a Rumor)
    • Yankee Doodle Lawyers
        • Joke Joe makes, referencing local beauty parlor Yankee Doodle Scissors (Season 6 episode The Spark and How to Get It)

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