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This month's article is by FDCC members, Heidi G. Goebel, Alan Bryan, Brian D. Walters, Bryony B. Hodges, Joe A. Garza, David M. Nicholas, and Marc Polk "Behind the Curtain- Things You May Not Know (But Probably Should) About What Drives Your Clients' Decisions."

 
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04/10/2015

Membership of LLC determines citizenship for diversity

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This action was a derivative action brought by Christopher Bunnell, on behalf of OpenOnward, LLC, a software company focused on allowing scientists to post protocols and detailed notes of experiments online for use and review by other scientists.&

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