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This article covers a subject that has been deemed non-canon by either the author or the Back to the Future licensees, and thus should not be taken as a part of the "real" Back to the Future universe.

The Law Offices of Gale, Zemeckis & Fine was a business that opened on Main Street in the Courthouse Square of Hill Valley during 1931. It was between the Bank and Lamont's House of Ermine. The sign on their building said, "No solicitors".[1]

History

While working for his father, Emmett Brown made trips to the Law Offices of Gale, Zemeckis & Fine to drop some legal documents off.

On June 13, 1931, Marty McFly, upon opening the door, he was immediately dismissed as a solicitor. He entered later when he & Emmett hid in the building to escape from Kid Tannen & Matches.

It's unknown when the law office closed, but it was still in business as of August 25 of the same year.

As of 1955, it was replaced with Ask Mr. Foster.

In 1986B, the location was occupied by Stemmles's Staycations

Behind the scenes

The Law Offices of Gale, Zemeckis & Fine referenced both Back to the Future trilogy writers Bob Gale (also the story consultant of the game) and Robert Zemeckis.

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Reference

  1. Which Marty says when reading the sign in Episode 1.

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