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Welcoming Back David Lander

posted by Bob Lawless

Frequent readers of the blog will know that David Lander has guest blogged for us several times. When he was last with us, David left with four topics he wanted to discuss further. When David wrote and said he had the time to turn back to these topics, we were delighted to welcome him back. David combines extensive big law firm experience with a background in consumer and individual representations. These days, David is spending his time as an adjunct professor at St. Louis University. David always has thoughtful things to say about the state of our bankruptcy and consumer finance systems. Welcome back.

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