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Join Us In Congratulating Alexander Scanlon On His New Endeavor
Alex is leaving our firm to join Stewart Title Insurance Co. as in-house counsel starting January 18, 2021. Alex will be sorely missed for his legal expertise, wise, calm judgment and his good humour.
He brought vigour, curiosity and hard work to his practice. He was always a joyful presence in the office. We wish Alex all the best and great success in his new position.
To extend your own best wishes, you can reach Alex until the close of business this Friday, January 15, 2021.
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