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Lawyers battle addiction and depression, too. Now they’re starting to talk about it

It was 2006, and the Miami Heat was squaring off against the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA finals. As the younger brother of the Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban, Dallas-based lawyer Brian Cuban not only had great seats for himself but two extras to share with his friends. But he didn’t give them to his...
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