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Was That a Tax Lawyer Who Just Flew Over?: From Outside the Offices of…

by Arnold B. Kanter

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Fairweather, Winters and Summers Law Firm is represented or representing clients throughout the book. There are recurring characters such as Stanley Fairweather, Four-Fingers Hentschler, Snooker Gallagher, and the law firm of Ketchem, Cheeten Associates. Billed as an insider look at a law firm, the collection of stories emphasizes lawyer stereotyped as ambulance chasers, inflated billers, and excessive use of low paid support staff doing the actual work. Based on the humor presented, expect a bill for legal advice provided in the book that may benefit the reader in any way. ( )
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In his fifth collection of law-firm humor, Kanter lets us see lawyers from the point of view of their clients and other outsiders. He shares with us the humorous perspectives of everyone from clients, jurors, and accountants, to the mother of a new associate trying to drum up business for her "little girl," a homeless person caught in a lawyer's well-meaning scheme to make him a charitable corporation, and the child of a two-lawyer couple who can't run a lemonade stand without everything becoming a major issue.

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