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Re: Do Names Matter?

dewey cheatham howe
[Frank Manola]

> In the Boston area, the best known law firm in this specialty is Dewey,
> Cheatham, and Howe...
Lest anyone think this is merely a jest from Car Talk (a radio program),
there actually is a nicely stenciled sign for Dewey, Cheatham, and Howe on a
second-story window in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA.  I remember how
delighted I was when I first encountered it a few years ago.


Tom P

> John Cowan wrote:
> > Michael Kay scripsit:
> >
> >
> >>Which reminds me of the firm of Estate Agents (=US Realtors) called
> >>Doolittle and Dally; though sadly I can only find anecdotal evidence of
> >>their existence on the web, so I fear they are no longer in business.
> >>
> >
> > Their American equivalent is the law firm of Sue, Grabbit, and Runne.
> > Americans after all are well known to be the most litigious people on


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