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January 21, 2005

Almanac: function of transactional lawyers

Prof. Bainbridge last summer, quoting from his then-forthcoming (and now available) treatise on agency and partnership: "much transactional lawyering consists of building a paper record so that a dubious position later can be defended with a straight face."

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