I have a new, multiple-firm case going on right now. It’s a case with lots of parties — the kind where my assistant gets angry every time I send a pleading, because it means preparing about 68 return receipts.
Anyway, the other day, I wanted some information about some of the firms involved in the case. So I did what we all do when we need to know something today: I looked the first firm up on the Web.
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