I read a lot of magazines and newspapers of varying genres and I am always drawn to the articles with headlines like “What your insurance agent doesn’t want you to know” and “What your flight attendant will never tell you” and “Your mechanic wished you would … .”

The information in these articles always intrigues me. I got to thinking, “What do I really want to know?” For starters, I really want to know what my Comcast bill is every month, but I’ll never get to the bottom of that dilemma. Another thing I want to know is, “What do attorneys wish their paralegals knew?” It’s clearly a question I should have posed 25 years ago, but better late than never.

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