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October 16, 2012

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Insurance Attorney

No discussion about employer insurance policies on workers is complete without noting the tax code provisions that made such policies ones that were just good financial planning without regard to the identify of the employees.

Not that the general case seems to apply to this novel, but it is important to note all the fictional allegations made in regards to "dead peasants" by litigators, given the choice of the title of the book.

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