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a person who practices law

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But a practice continuation plan may be the most important insurance policy a sole practitioner can have.
In addition, as a sole practitioner, Gill can use online colleagues as a valuable sounding board.
A total of 1,428 firms, categorized as either sole practitioners or multiowner firms, took part.
Wanda Morgan, 51, of Baker, is a sole practitioner.
Such an agreement is a written contract between a sole practitioner and an acquiring CPA firm, which may be a larger firm.
We have explored a range of options, but in the end the simple issue remains that our insurers will not provide cover in respect of sole practitioner solicitor fraud, regardless of price.
To make matters worse, the divorce attorney was a sole practitioner without any real estate connections internally or externally.
Soon after his first show at New York's Green Gallery, in 1962, Rosenquist emerged as the sole practitioner of what might be called the Times Square sublime--in contrast to the abstract sublime of Jackson Pollock and Barnett Newman.
7%) of the fees generated for sole practitioner firms versus 17.
Lubell was a sole practitioner, who specialized in civil litigation in federal, state and municipal courts, she said.
I could go on and on, but it's tax season and I'm a sole practitioner as well as a part-time professor.
Yet, there is no such thing as enough discipline for the sole practitioner.
There have been many funerals conducted for the sole practitioner and for small practices in general, but so far there have been very few burials.
Anita Geraci Carver, 47, of Clermont, is a sole practitioner.