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August 27, 2004

Thanks and welcome

I'd like to thank Professors Brickman and Painter for their very engaging discussion of contingency fees, which will be preserved by a permalink here. Also, welcome to Shook, Hardy, and Bacon's Leah Lorber, who will be guest-blogging with us over the next week. Leah has published extensively on tort reform issues and is sure to enliven our forum.

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