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Before becoming LegalReader's Editor-in-Chief, Jay W. Belle Isle worked as a freelance copywriter with clients on four continents. Jay has a degree in Business Administration from Cleary University and a Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Jay has also worked as a contracts administrator for a DOD contractor specializing in vehicle armor.
In addition to the restroom, the settlement provides other accommodations, such as allowing Ms. Manderson’s students to write in online journals so she doesn’t have to carry up to 90 journals home.
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Smith.ai Launches Call Intelligence for Companies to Better Track and Use Metadata to Improve Business PerformanceNovember 17, 2021
Virtual receptionist service’s new business intelligence software visualizes key phone call metrics.
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Court’s decision has long-term implications regarding medical malpractice statute of limitations.
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