A comparative cost study of staff panel and participating attorney panel prepaid legal services plans: final report to the Special Committee on Prepaid Legal Services, American Bar Association
Richard J. Arnould, Robert W. Resek, American Bar Association. Special Committee on Prepaid Legal Services
The Association, 1982 - Business & Economics - 49 pages
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