As I was eating my 12th mini-Baby Ruth of the day, and thinking about such scintillating subjects as the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act, I got an e-mail from a friend, wanting to know what a particular slang expression meant. I was not equipped with my Super Friends' Impecunia the Intellectual thinking cap, and therefore had to ask for help. After I got the answer, I sent Cindy, the paralegal who had given it to me, an e-mail. I asked whether, in light of the fact that I had learned something new, I could go home.
Some Office Policies Lawyers Can Live By
The Connecticut Law Tribune
November 30, 2009
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