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August 09, 2011


Brock Landers

"Richmond described the interior space as a “rabbit warren” of small offices that are not very functional or flexible for ABA staff."

The writer should look into how much was spent (and wasted, it appears) to redesign and construct all the floors and office spaces over the past five years. It was done so ABA employees would "have the best possible working conditions".

Leadership (bot member and staff) agreed that it was -- so what happended?


I'd want to know how much they'll spend on the "better" replacement space.

Brock Landers

It is now official -- and known in most legal circles for some time -- the ABA is broke...

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