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CHICAGO, Dec. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This issue is the most comprehensive magazine Brook Hollow has published to date. President B.J. Etscheid mentions, "There's a tremendous amount of good content in this issue that every plaintiff attorney needs to read." Featured in this issue is an article written by Joe Pupel, CPA, titled, "How to Refinance Your Practice." A must read, this article details what Brook Hollow does - help firms get into the best financial shape they can be in. B.J. Etscheid explains, "Joe Pupel is our spreadsheet guru and did a great job of articulating our message. If this doesn't get you to talk to us, I don't know what will."
With over a dozen articles, covering issues from what to do with your BP Attorney Fees to Phil Mickelson's tax woes, there is truly something pertinent for everyone in this magazine.
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