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The Fight Over ?Incurred? Expenses (access required)

The battle over “incurred” expenses in personal injury cases continues to churn. The issue is one of damages: How much can a plaintiff claim for medical expenses when the doctor bills one amount but accepts a lower figure as payment ...

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Virginia?s Grey takes ABA post (access required)

TORONTO–Richmond lawyer Robert J. Grey Jr. was elected chair of the American Bar Association House of Delegates last Tuesday. The position as chair is the ABA’s second-highest office; Grey’s election to the post puts him in line to be president ...

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Helping Clients Cope with the Y2K Bug (access required)

The “Year 2000 Problem,” also known as the “Y2K Phenomenon” or the “Millennium Bug,” has been in the headlines and on the tube. Seventeen months from now, according to the most dire predictions, all business hell will break loose because ...

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