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Aaron, Riechert, Carpol & Riffle, APC (ARCR), periodically issues articles and other information to keep its clients and friends generally informed about cases, issues, and new developments of interest to the business community. Neither transmission nor receipt of this information is intended to or creates an attorney-client relationship. All information provided is of a general nature, may not reflect the most recent developments in the law, is not legal advice or a solicitation therefor, is not a substitute for legal advice pertaining to a specific situation, and should not be acted on by readers without obtaining advice from legal or other professional counsel applicable to a particular set of facts.

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