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News: New Article by Sarah E. Spencer Released in DRI "For the Defense"
Don't miss Sarah E. Spencer's new article in the DRI's commercial litigation "For the Defense" July edition, "The Duty of Loyalty: Tips and Strategies for Advising corporate Directors Acting as Dual Fiduciaries." 

Sarah is the vice-chair of DRI's Appellate Advocacy Committee and has written many articles for the DRI. She is a hardworking attorney who values client loyalty. 

DRI's For The Defense February 2021 edition: https://bit.ly/3zmYP2I
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