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Kevin M. Hogan, Sean C. McPhee, Western District Case Notes, May 2020

“Western District Case Notes,” The Daily Record, May 2020

Kevin M. Hogan, Sean C. McPhee, Western District Case Notes, March 2020

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John G. Schmidt, Workplace Fraud, March 2019

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John G. Schmidt Jr., Author, Regulatory Burdens Increase

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