Owners of a charitable fundraising entity left holding the tab when the Federal Trade Commission shut it down for misleading practices are suing their former lawyer, claiming it was his bad advice th
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Mark Chandler has earned a reputation within the in-house community for meeting these mounting demands on legal departments while also coping effectively with ever-increasing pressures to contain cos
...wandered awestruck through the house, especially amazed at the original artworks by Picasso, Matisse, and others adorning the walls. As the associate stood gazing at...
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