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lawyer

1. a member of the legal profession, esp a solicitor
2. a popular name for burbot (a fish)
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Since Tierney is a sole practitioner, she is careful not to take on assignments that overcommit her.
Brand-new to the world of sole practitioner and with the heady tasks of getting and serving clients, opening and staffing an office and developing long-term growth strategies--neither has considered the possibility of untimely death or disability.
Two serious problems for sole practitioners are the limits on time and expertise that are inherent in a small operation.
Bill Downs, CPA is a Sherman Oaks-based sole practitioner and a member-at-large of the CalCPA Estate Planning Committee.
Anna Maria Galdieri, CPA is an Oakland-based sole practitioner and chair of the Disaster Tax Subcommittee of CalCPA's Committee on Taxation.
Virginia sole practitioner John Gill has reaped numerous benefits in using it to conduct his tax research and to enhance his practice development.
The average was $51 per hour for sole practitioner firms and $60 per hour in the multiowner firms.
Today he is the sole practitioner of an international law firm.
Mirra is the ideal solution for me as a sole practitioner," said Mirra owner Christine Robison, and attorney at The Law Offices of Christine A.
Readers will find information on why this new service, offered exclusively by Business Transitions, is a must for every sole practitioner.
Pamela Langham, 52, of Gulf Breeze, is a sole practitioner with Pamela E.
There were also awards for Sydney Mitchell and TRP Solicitors in the five to 15 partners and sole practitioner to four partners categories respectively.