Hollywood, Fla. lawyer Morris Engelberg, majordomo of the estate of Joe DiMaggio, is feeling his oats these days.

Less than a month after the death of his most famous client, Engelberg and his law firm have set straight publicity-minded politicos and admiring business leaders about who exactly controls the use of the name of the great New York Yankees center fielder.

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