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Court of Claims Judge Alan Marin ruled that both benefits statutes and precedents prevent him from accepting Robert Holdman's petition to correct what amounts to the ministerial error by state offici
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Montgomery L. Effinger, a partner with O'Connor McGuinness Conte Doyle Oleson Watson & Loftus, suggests caution to those who believe a check will provide a complete and lasting resolution may want to
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