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August 12, 2004

Welcome Kim DuToit readers

The "writer/raconteur/grouch", known for his focus on Second Amendment liberties, just sent us a gale of traffic by kindly linking to my recent featured discussion with Michael Krauss (now at last with its own permalink) on gun lawsuits and federalism. The post and many of its comments section also discuss the case posted by Ted a few days ago in which an Illinois court upheld a six-digit referral fee.

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Attorneys' Fees and Ethics
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