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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. is a reporter's effort to take a straight look at the legal profession, from the grubby precincts of the criminal courts & the bluff~&~bluster of negotiations in automobile accident cases to subtle arguments over national economic policy at the federal regulatory agencies & profound debates about the meaning of the Constitution in the grandiose surroundings of the Supreme Court.
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Martin Mayer in 1988. A free-spirited son of two New York City lawyers, Mr. Mayer entered Harvard in 1943 at age 15 under an experimental program. In his books and articles he took readers on behind-the-scene tours of Wall Street, Madison Avenue, the practice of law, the solemn delights of a Spanish guitar and the tangles of a racially divisive New York City teachers strike. Jack Manning/The New York Times. By Robert D. McFadden. He and his roommate exploded a chemical concoction outside a college gymnasium as Naval trainees ran up one morning.
Martin Meyers, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Plaintiffs" Securities Fraud Litigation, Products Liability/Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury/Negligence. Member of Meyers & Mileski, Professional Corporation. 1987; Theodore versus Dover Board of Education, 444 . d 60, April Division. 1982; United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission versus Radiation Technology, Incorporated.
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Martin M. Meyers is a Employment Law - Individuals attorney in Kansas City, MO. Read Martin M. Meyers's profile to learn more about them and discover their Best Lawyers rankings. The Meyers Law Firm, LC. Recognized Since: 2003
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Martin Prager Mayer (January 14, 1928 – August 1, 2019) was the writer of 35 non-fiction books, including Madison Avenue, . 1958), The Schools (1961), The Lawyers (1967), About Television (1972), The Bankers (1975), The Builders (1978), Risky Business: The Collapse of Lloyd's of London (1995), The Bankers: The Next Generation (1997), The Fed (2001), and The Judges (2005).
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The Judges is Martin Mayer's most important book from many successful titles dating from the 1950s. It opens up a debate that will occupy scholars, justices, many of the one million lawyers in our country, and law school professors and students for years to come.