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Thank You, Lois Lupica & Nancy Rapoport

posted by Bob Lawless

Thank YouLois Lupica and Nancy Rapoport wrote me to say they had completed their series of posts on the American Bankruptcy Institute's National Bankruptcy Ethics Task Force. Alas.

And, now that I go to edit the web page to remove them from our list of Current Guests, I see that they never got added in the first place. I am sorry for that, Lois and Nancy. I'll talk to the guy in charge of those sorts of things. He and I have lots of interesting conversations.

On behalf of Credit Slips, thank you Lois and Nancy. Come back soon.

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