Not so Norton Rosy

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  • Maybe the true story is that rather than hacking Martyr's admittedly 'different' style of management, certain people in the Middle East were not prepared to hack the management style of certain members of the departing Fulbright team? As for losing a partner in Saudi, who exactly? Mohammed Al Ghamdi is still there and seems to have been left in the lurch by his erstwhile colleagues. Perhaps you mean the partner who lives full time in St Louis? As to profitability, The Lawyer would be advised not to believe every yarn they are spun...

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