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From The Career Files: Doing The Ordinary Better Than Everyone Else Is A Hallmark Of Client Service

Ari Kaplan spoke with David Kempston, a Minnesota-based plaintiff's workers’ compensation lawyer, who is the self-published author of That's Why They Call It Practicing Law.
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