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August 20, 2004

Professor Brickman responds

Those who have been following the ongoing Featured Discussion between Lester Brickman and Richard Painter on contingency fee reform, be sure to check out Professor Brickman's response to Professor Painter, entered early yesterday evening.

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Attorneys' Fees and Ethics



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