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September 17, 2004

Law firm competes on price, cont'd

The "Fair Fee Promise" offered by an upstate New York law firm, discussed in this space Aug. 9, is the subject of a laudatory editorial in Denver's Rocky Mountain News: "We've always wondered why the lack of price competition doesn't draw the attention of the trustbusters, as it would in any other profession. We hope Colorado firms follow in the footsteps of Pennock, Breedlove and Noll," the editorialists write.

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