Raubkunst unearthed.

by Malmed, Richard,

Format: Print Book 2017
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Summary
Digby Bradenton was a pillar of the White Anglo-Saxon Protestant community. He was the best of the WASP tradition that traces its roots to the colonies. As an eminent lawyer, he was knowledgeable and had practices in a wide range of the specialties of law. In his early days, he had done criminal and domestic relations work, but now he was mostly doing real estate and business work. He was also on the way to doing trust and estates work. As such, he followed the path of most in the legal profession in those days when a good lawyer by experience in all areas of the law during his career became a consummate generalist who could see a legal problem from many different practice angles and truly represent his client. As a result, his clients came from many walks of life.
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Subjects ordreq 06/12/18 xa
Publisher 20172017
Description p. cm.
ISBN 9781524586690
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