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George S. Mentz, Esq. - Atty at Law

Mr. Mentz is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and the Federal Courts of the EDLA and has been a member of the Tax, Trusts & Estates & International Law Sections of the Bar. Mr. Mentz is chiefly a consultant and professor in the areas of class action lawsuits, secuities law, personal injury, quantum financial analysis, ethics, international law, business, public relations, and financial law, and he has recently been quoted or featured in the US Wall Street Journal, Financial Times Asia, The Hindu National and El Norte Mexico. Mr. Mentz has written and published in multiple venues around the world in Radio, TV, magazines, web-casts, and journals. More on Prof. Mentz

Mr. Mentz holds and earned his Juris Doctorate after completing courses at Loyola University School of Law, Tulane Law School and William and Mary Law School. Moreover, Mr. Mentz holds an MBA in International Business and Financial Planning from an AACSB accredited business school.

Mr. Mentz is a Professor with the American Academy of Financial Management and is on faculty with the WDD Graduate International Taxation LLM Program. Moreover, Prof. Mentz has served on the law or business faculty for colleges in Silicon Valley, Chicago, Miami, Denver and in New Orleans. Mr. Mentz teaches in the areas of Law, Tax, Finance, Management, Internet Technologies, Contracts, Media Law, e-Commerce, Project Management, Politics, and Ethics.

Mr. Mentz serves on several boards and advisory committees in the US, Europe, and Asia. Mr. Mentz is the first person in the US to be "Quad Designated" with an earned JD, MBA, certified financial consultant credential and financial planner license. Mr. Mentz has provided specialized consulting over the years as to valuation and quantum damages, and has testified as an expert in NASD arbitration hearings. Mr. Mentz was recently appointed to the Global Finance Forum Adv. Board in Switzerland and the ERISA Fiduciary Advisory Board and re-elected to the Financial Training Board for AAFM Worldwide for 2005. Mr. Mentz has trained thousands of people in the areas of law, finance, ethics, tax, corporate governance, investments, and wealth management.

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