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Lawyers across the Northeast scrambled as Sandy stormed ashore, causing flooding from North Carolina to New England. Courts, law schools and firms closed their doors. In New York City, with public tr
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No matter how good a loss-prevention program your firm has in place, it is a sad but inevitable fact of life that you will have claims. Here are some thoughts on how to implement a program to identif
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...firms, like Cleveland's Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff and Boston's Goulston & Storrs, have recruiting-focused podcasts. Goulston will soon add diversity-themed podcasts...
Proper planning can help the real estate investor overcome the estate illiquidity and charitable income tax deduction challenges of real estate, leaving time to focus on estate and gift tax valuation
...Mack-Cali was represented by Sheldon Weisel of Goulston & Storrs in Washington, D.C.; John Napoli of ...
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