Los Angeles attorney Paul Kiesel says colleague Raymond Boucher is like a cloud — ephemeral and always on the move.

“We kid around that when he dies his tombstone is going to say, ‘Where’s Ray?’ Because that’s the question we ask around here two or three times a day,” said Kiesel, who jokes that the “B” is missing in Kiesel, Boucher & Larson’s KBL marquee.

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