A career in the law at home and abroad
Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, University of California, 1989 - Law - 220 pages
He discusses his four decades at Pillsbury, Madison ? the Civil Air Transport Case involving Chiang Kai-Shek; the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute; the Caltex breakup; the FTC v. Exxon; and the Henry Miller estate litigation. In addition, he recalls some of the personalities he encountered, and gives an overview of the firm. He also speaks of his family history and early life.
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EARLY PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
FIRST NEW YORK THEN PMS
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