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January 25, 2005

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alex

Is an attorney who uses the antiquated Esquire at the end even more important that just an attorney? Its interesting to see how many lawyers still use the term. A bit stodgy I think, but it I cant say I wont do it in 2.5 years.

Yeoman

I posted on this exact same topic on my blog. Glad to see this comment here, it's exactly correct!

Evan

I know you posted about it on your blog--see January 24!!

Yeoman

Oops! Sorry. My excuse is that I had deposition inspired tunnel vision, and I didn't scroll down far enough.

Thanks for mentioning it though!

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