Boeing Showcases the Future of Aerospace with Successful Farnborough Airshow, Announcing $100 Billion in Orders and Commitments


– Multi-billion dollar orders booked for aerospace services and products
– Jointly presented strategic partnership with Embraer
– Announced collaboration with AI company SparkCognition
– Launched future travel and transport organization Boeing NeXt
– Unveiled the 2018 Commercial Market Outlook for air travel, cargo, services
– Increased STEM investment in Europe


Boeing (NYSE: BA) strengthened its position as the global leader of the aerospace industry, booking historic orders and showcasing its innovation and strategy for growth at the Farnborough International Airshow. At the close of the industry portion of the show, Boeing announced a total of $98.4 billion in orders and commitments for commercial airplanes at list prices and $2.1 billion in commercial and defense services orders and agreements.

“Boeing led the way at Farnborough, demonstrating value for our customers, capturing important new business in products and services, and announcing the unique strength of our strategic partnership with Embraer. We also invested in our European communities, and launched our new Boeing NeXt organization—proving the future is built here, at Boeing,” said Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg. “We will continue to win in the marketplace thanks to our talented team, who innovate across our enterprise with One Boeing collaboration and deliver on our proven portfolio with relentless customer focus.”

Boeing marked an outstanding week for order capture in commercial aviation, with customers announcing 673 orders and commitments in total, reflecting a continued resurgence in demand for freighters and strong order activity for the 737 MAX and 787 passenger airplanes. Boeing secured 48 orders and commitments for the 777F, five for the 747-8F, reflecting continued strengthening in the cargo market globally.

Customers also continued to demonstrate a strong preference for Boeing’s passenger airplane portfolio, with 52 orders for the 787 and 564 for single-aisle 737 MAX, including a major commitment from VietJet for 100 airplanes and strong demand for the largest variant of the MAX family, with 110 orders and commitments for the 737 MAX 10.

On the services side of the business, Boeing secured commercial and government customers including Antonov, Atlas Air, Blackshape, Cargolux, Emirates, EVA Airways, GECAS, Hawaiian Airlines, International Water Services, Malindo Air, Okay Airlines, Primera Air, Royal Netherlands Air Force, United States Air Force, WestJet and Xiamen Airlines.

At the show, Boeing also revealed its 2018 Commercial Market Outlook, raising its 20-year outlook for commercial airplanes and services to $15.1 trillion. The global market is forecast at almost 43,000 new airplanes, valued at $6.3 trillion, and demand for $8.8 trillion worth of commercial services through 2038. The strength of the cargo market, noted in the CMO, was underscored by more than 50 freighter orders and commitments at the show.

The Boeing 737 MAX 7 and the Biman Bangladesh 787-8 starred in the daily flying display while the Air Italy 737 MAX 8, a Qatar Airways 777-300ER, and CargoLogicAir and Qatar Airways 747-8 Freighters were featured in the static display. The U.S. Department of Defense displayed the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, the CH-47 Chinook heavy-lift helicopter and the F-15E Strike Eagle.

Additionally, Boeing and Embraer leaders held their first news conference together since announcing plans for a strategic partnership. Muilenburg, Boeing Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President for Enterprise Performance & Strategy Greg Smith and Embraer Chief Executive Officer and President Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva presented details of the proposed partnership, which includes ventures in commercial airplanes and lifecycle services, as well as defense.

During the show, Boeing also announced its collaboration with artificial intelligence company SparkCognition to deliver unmanned aircraft system traffic management (UTM) solutions. This announcement coincided with the launch of Boeing NeXt, an incubator organization for future commercial mobility solutions that will shape the emerging world of travel and transport. Boeing NeXt will leverage the company’s research and development activities and investments in areas such as autonomous flight, smart cities and advanced propulsion, and address transportation challenges of the future by moving people and goods with proven technology.

Boeing also highlighted its commitment to future aerospace innovators with a $5 millioninvestment in Newton Europe to launch Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education “Newton Rooms” across nine European countries.

Finally, the show marked the launch of a new brand campaign, “The Future is Built Here,” highlighted by a dynamic exhibit that featured interactive virtual and augmented-reality displays that showed visitors Boeing’s commercial and defense products, service offerings and future innovations.

New York-based food processors agree to stop food preparation operations due to food safety violations

Food, Safety

Two New York-based food processing companies have agreed to stop preparing food products, which include a variety of ready-to-eat foods and certain salt-cured and pickled fish, because the facility’s food preparation areas were contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes (L. mono), until the companies can comply with federal food safety laws and regulations.

On July 16, 2018, U.S. District Judge Brian M. Cogan for the Eastern District of New York entered a consent decree of permanent injunction between the U.S. and Euroline Foods, LLC, Royal Seafood Baza, Inc.; the companies’ co-owners Eduard Shnayder, Syoma Shnayder and Albert Niyazov; and a manager, Oleg Polischouk.

Euroline Foods, LLC and Royal Seafood Baza jointly own a food processing facility, and the consent decree prohibits the defendants from receiving, preparing, processing, packing, holding, labeling and/or distributing foods at this facility, or any other facility that receives, prepares, processes, packs, labels, holds and/or distributes food that presents a L. mono hazard, in violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) until the defendants meet certain requirements. The consent decree does not, however, prevent defendants from receiving, holding and distributing food that remains completely sealed and enclosed by a container, and is in compliance with the FD&C Act, or from operating retail food establishments (i.e., grocery stores).

“FDA investigators found widespread L. mono contamination at the Euroline and Royal Seafood facility,” FDA Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs Melinda K. Plaisier said. “With this agreement, the company will not be able to bring any contaminated products or potentially contaminated products to market. Conditions where their products were being produced were unacceptable, and the FDA took action to protect Americans.”

According to the complaint, filed by the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the FDA inspected the defendants’ facility in 2015, 2016 and 2017. These inspections revealed that the defendants failed to comply with the FD&C Act and its implementing regulations, including the seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (“HACCP”) regulations and Current Good Manufacturing Practice (“CGMP”) regulations.

In 2015, the FDA issued a warning letter to Royal Seafood Baza after a facility inspection identified violations of HACCP and CGMP regulation requirements. During the 2016 inspections, the FDA’s investigators conducted environmental sampling and found L. mono from the seafood and vegetable processing environments, as well as continuing inadequate sanitation practices by the company’s employees. L. mono is a pathogenic bacterium that can cause listeriosis, a rare but potentially life-threatening illness. People with compromised immune systems, the elderly, pregnant women and developing fetuses are particularly susceptible to listeriosis. While the company subsequently conducted a voluntary, nationwide recall of its ready-to-eat herring products for L. mono concerns and defendants made assurances that they were correcting its violations, the FDA’s subsequent inspections revealed that the company had not implemented adequate corrective actions.

The consent decree requires defendants, among other things, to retain an independent laboratory to collect and analyze environmental and finished food samples for the presence of L. mono, retain a qualified independent expert to assist the company in developing a program to control L. mono and ensure compliance with CGMP requirements, and take other corrective actions if they wish to resume food preparation operations at the facility or any other facility that receives, prepares, processes, packs, labels, holds and/or distributes food that presents a L. mono hazard.

Should the defendants be permitted to resume or permit food preparation operations at its current facility in the future, the FDA maintains oversight over such operations under the consent decree and may order the defendants to take corrective actions if the agency discovers further food safety violations.

Individuals who have eaten products purchased from the company should contact a health care professional if they experience any symptoms of listeriosis. In addition, consumers are encouraged to contact the FDA to report problems with FDA-regulated products.

The FDA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, protects the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines, and other biological products for human use, and medical devices. The agency also is responsible for the safety and security of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, dietary supplements, products that give off electronic radiation, and for regulating tobacco products.

Entertainment Industry Executive Assumes Role As Board Chair Of Los Angeles Jewish Home


Berman, an entertainment industry veteran with over 35 years of experience in global sales, marketing, and content acquisition, has assumed a two-year term as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Jewish Home. His new role began on July 1, 2018.

A native Angeleno, Berman has a long history of philanthropic involvement in his local community. His work with the Jewish Home has particular resonance. “I believe it’s an obligation to give back, and I’ve always had an affinity for seniors,” Berman says. “I’m thrilled and honored to have this role.”

Jewish Home CEO-President Molly Forrest points to Berman’s record of success in business and his longstanding commitment to strengthening nonprofits as key assets to the Home’s growth and development. “Andrew is a distinguished leader with a proven ability to get results,” she says. “We are delighted he will be applying his knowledge and expertise on behalf of the thousands of seniors we serve.”

Berman’s focus at the Jewish Home is expanding programs and services to cover Los Angeles’ growing senior population. This includes spreading the positive message about the Home to donors and other supporters throughout Southern California. “This is such an impressive and amazing organization, and so many people aren’t fully aware of all the services and lines of care that we offer,” he notes. “Whether they are accessing independent living, skilled nursing, or memory care, our seniors receive extraordinary care. A big part of the reason is the loyalty and dedication of the people who work here – many of them have been with the Home for 20 or 30 years. They are truly invested in what they do, and it shows.”

Berman plans to leverage that investment, building on the Jewish Home’s distinguished Brand and legacy of impact. “The Jewish Home makes a significant difference and impact in seniors’ lives every day,” he says. “How many other organizations can say that?”

“The Jewish Home is fortunate to have extremely capable men and women serving on our board,” says David Swartz, the Board of Director’s outgoing chair. “Andrew Berman is a stellar example: His knowledge, dedication, and experience will undoubtedly take the Home to a new level of excellence.”

In addition to his work with the Jewish Home, Berman has served in a volunteer capacity with organizations including the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (past president, Board of Trustees), Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services (Capital Campaign Committee), and Stephen Wise Temple (Board of Directors) and Connecting to Cure (Board member.)

Berman grew up in Beverly Hills but has spent the past three decades living in the San Fernando Valley. He and his wife, Marci, have two adult daughters. He graduated from California State University, Northridge with a B.A. in radio, television, and film.

Founded in 1912, the non-profit Los Angeles Jewish Home is among the largest providers of senior healthcare services in Los Angeles. Through its innovative Connections to Care ® program, each year thousands of seniors benefit from the Home’s community-based and in-residence programs. Community-based programs include: A Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE); hospice; home health; palliative medicine; community clinics; short-term rehabilitation; and acute psychiatric care. Three Home campuses serve seniors with options for independent living, residential care, skilled nursing care, short-term rehabilitation, and Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care. The Home recently opened its second Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), the Gonda Healthy Aging Westside Campus, in Playa Vista, CA. Further information regarding the Jewish Home can be found online at or by calling 855-227-3745.

Australian Consul General Tony Huber inaugurated Solar Power system at Cheshire Homes, Andheri East


Cheshire Homes India-Mumbai which was established in 1955 by Group Captain Leonard Cheshire got Rooftop 30 KW capacity Solar Power System at Andheri East branch in Mumbai which is funded by the Australian Consulate General Mumbai, under the Direct Aid Programme (DAP) for the year 2017-18 covered under the project “Leveraging Renewable and Sustainable Energy”.  

Cheshire Homes looks after different initiatives like in-house generation of organic manure through waste recycling, organic vegetable garden and promoting plastic-free environment by producing cloth / fabric bags for housing societies in Andheri East.

The function was attended by Mr. Tim Hall, Vice Consul, Australian Consulate , Mumbai, Dr. Bakul Mehta, Sherley Singh, P M John Chairman of Cheshire Homes and divyang (disable) kids and their families. Kids performed on Bollywood songs on this occasion .

comScore Announces Official Worldwide Box Office Results for Weekend of July 15, 2018

Business, Movies

comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of July 15, 2018, as compiled by the company’s theatrical measurement services.

As the trusted industry partner for real-time box office reporting, comScore is the only theater-level movie measurement and analytics company providing insights across the world’s largest markets, covering 95 percent of the global industry gross. Using comScore’s suite of movie products, customers are able to analyze admissions and gross results from around the world.

comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Sony’s family-friendly animated hit film ‘Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation’ had fans showing up in big numbers earning a solid $46.4 million from 48% of international markets pushing the film to a $100.2 million global cume, including $54.8 million from overseas in total since its pre-North American debut. The third installment of the franchise took the top spot in North America with a better-than-expected $44.1 million as the ‘Hotel Transylvania’ movie brand collectively sets its sights on the $1 billion mark worldwide. Notably, Dwayne Johnson in Universal’s ‘Skyscraper’ took in $65.9 million globally in its opening weekend.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, July 15, are below.

1. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation – Sony – $90.5M
2. Dying To Survive – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $66.6M
3. Skyscraper – Universal – $65.9M
4. Ant-Man And The Wasp – Disney – $64.1M
5. Incredibles 2 – Disney – $49.5M
6. Hidden Man – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $44.8M
7. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Universal – $42.2M
8. First Purge, The – Universal – $15.3M
9. Ocean’s 8 – Warner Bros. – $7.2M
10. Asura – Multiple Chinese Distributors – $6.5M
11. Sicario: Day Of The Soldado – Multiple – $5.5M
12. Sanju – 20th Century Fox – $4.5M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, July 15, are below.

1. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation – Sony – $44.1M
2. Ant-Man And The Wasp – Disney – $28.8M
3. Skyscraper – Universal – $25.5M
4. Incredibles 2 – Disney – $16.2M
5. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Universal – $15.5M
6. First Purge, The – Universal – $9.1M
7. Sorry To Bother You – Annapurna Pictures – $4.3M
8. Sicario: Day Of The Soldado – Sony – $3.9M
9. Uncle Drew – Lionsgate – $3.2M
10. Ocean’s 8 – Warner Bros. – $2.9M
11. Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Focus Features – $1.9M
12. Tag – Warner Bros. – $1.3M

Boeing donates $5 million to launch European STEM education effort


Boeing [NYSE: BA] today announced a $5 million investment in Newton Europe to launch Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)-focused “Newton Rooms” across nine European countries.

Pioneered by non-profit organization FIRST Scandinavia, Newton Rooms are themed, state-of-the-art classrooms focused on experiential learning. Boeing’s multi-year investment will establish Newton Rooms in the United KingdomGermanyNetherlandsFranceItalySpainBelgiumPoland and Sweden.

“Newton’s proven teaching methods and immersive, hands-on educational environments will help excite future innovators to pursue careers in STEM fields—many of which can be found at Boeing,” said Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing chairman, president and CEO. “In addition to our financial investment, Boeing teammates here in the U.K. and throughout Europe will continue to volunteer their time and talents to help create innovative and engaging learning opportunities for students.”

The investment will fund several Newton Room concepts to deliver high-quality experiential STEM education to primary and secondary school students in Europe:

  • Boeing Newton Flight Academy: A permanent classroom used to teach students aviation-related STEM concepts, reinforced with full-motion flight simulators manufactured in Spain.
  • Boeing Newton Rooms: A themed, state-of-the-art permanent classroom focused on experiential learning. Potential themes include space, biofuels and advanced materials and manufacturing.
  • Boeing Pop-Up Newton Rooms: A portable package of flight simulator panels and classroom materials used to create a temporary Newton Room in virtually any suitable existing space.

Since 2013, Boeing has helped establish these three Newton concepts, with one of each in DenmarkNorway and the Netherlands. Non-profit organization FIRST Scandinavia successfully operates an additional 40 Newton Rooms in Norway.

Boeing’s investment will also fund a comprehensive suite of learning resources and materials, enabling teachers to incorporate the Newton experience into their core educational curriculum. All materials are free for both teachers and students.

ENZY School of Music and Technology Admissions Opens!


ENZY School of Music & Technology is the latest venture under the century old
Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Group. The philosophy of the institute is simple; dream, work and deliver.
Courses are offered in Music Production & Sound Engineering, vocal training, guitar classes, keyboard classes and
tabla classes. The institute has a unique approach to teaching where faculty teach and train students in a real life
recording studio environment. This concept of training has been specially developed to help students better
understand and internalise each subject through hands on experience. The courses are curated with the help of
award winning faculty members and industry professionals. The courses provide fun, new and rich musical
experiences starting with the basics of learning for beginners, to intermediate to advance courses with
masterclasses in various subjects.
Mr. Nisshchal Zaveri, Managing Director – ENZY Studiossays, “ I am glad to bring this change in the industry, the
concept and the idea was born after many of our students and professionals who visited ENZY Studios wanted to
learn and experience more. We decided to provide them with an ideal learning platform. The success of ENZY
Studios gave us an opportunity to come up with this new venture called ENZY School of Music & Technology. For
interested vocal and tabla students’ courses and certificates by Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad, UP is available.”
The best way to experience what ENZY School of Music & Technology has to offer is guided tour session with their
faculty and staff. Tours are available from Monday to Friday between 11 am and 4 pm.
Vocal and instrument classes have commenced. The first batch in Music Production and Sound Engineering starts
on 20th July 2018 (twice a week). There is an early bird discount for students in the Music Production and Sound
Engineering program and a partial scholarship will be provided to one student from each batch.

For in-depth details on the courses available, fee structure and registration kindly visit

Baadshah Gaming Joins Hands With the Asian Poker Tour

Sports, Tourism

In a bid to expose the ever-growing poker community in India to more international tournaments, the Casino Pride group backed online poker site Baadshah Gaming, has joined hands with the Philippines-based Asian Poker Tour (APT). Baadshah Gaming will conduct online satellites giving Indian poker enthusiasts the opportunity to win tournament packages to various upcoming APT events in the Asia-Pacific region.

The Asian Poker Tour is the biggest and most-coveted poker tour in Asia. Since its inception in 2008, APT has grown by leaps and bounds, adding multiple destinations in its yearly tournament roster. With the aim of popularizing poker as a poker sport across the Asia Pacific region, APT has held events in Macau, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Australia even taking the game to far-flung tiny French colony of New Caledonia. To date, the APT has staged more than 80 major events and numerous smaller tournaments mainly in the Asia-Pacific Region. APT events combined have generated over USD 30 million in prize money, all awarded to players.

Commenting on APT’s tie-up with Baadshah Gaming, the Executive Tournament Director of the Asian Poker Tour, Lloyd S. Fontillas said, “The goal of the partnership is to increase the presence of the Indian players at each and every APT event and we believe with Baadshah Gaming having the capabilities of running both online and land based qualifiers, this will happen!”

Baadshah Gaming which began operations in March 2017 is an online portal that offers poker and other games of skill. In June 2017, Goa’s Casino Pride group bought a stake in Oceanking Software Solutions LLP, the company that owns and operates the Baadshah Gaming brand. As part of the deal, the start-up has gained access to run and operate the ‘Baadshah Gaming Live’ property on board the Casino Pride vessel in Panjim, Goa. With this, they are able to host a variety of live gaming tournaments, bringing poker players from all over the country to show-off their poker skills. Baadshah Gaming had held its own live tournament series at its live property in Goa in December 2017 and April 2018 which was very well received by the Indian poker community. The two Baadshah Gaming Live Tournaments paid out over 1.7 crores in prize money with tournament buy-ins as low as Rs. 10000.

“In line with our aim to promote poker as a game of skill in India, we are excited to team up with the prestigious Asian Poker Tour,” said Madhav Gupta, co-founder of Baadshah Gaming. “We believe that this partnership will benefit the Indian poker community in multiple ways, the best of which is that it will give both amateurs and professionals alike, the opportunity to test their skills against the very best poker players in the Asian circuit. It is every poker player’s dream to win a prestigious title like the Asian Poker Tour, and now that dream can be made a reality by simply winning small buy in satellites on Baadshah Gaming and flying out to various APT tournament series across South East Asia.”

As a result of the agreement, Baadshah Gaming will be the official APT partner in India, and will be providing Indian players the ability to take part in the Asian Poker Tour events at a fraction of the cost through satellites packages, both live and online. Poker players can play online satellites on, while live satellites will be conducted at the Baadshah Gaming Live venue on board Casino Pride in Panjim, Goa.

NABBA/WFF Universe athletes from Assam felicitated


The athletes from Assam who made a mark in the NABBA/WFF Universe competition held in Singapore on 1 July were felicitated by the NABBA/WFF Assam on Saturday at Guwahati.


Gold medallist in the Men Sports Model (  above 30 ) category and first Indian Pro Card winner Achyut Kalita, Silver medallist in the Men Bodybuilding Superbody category Shariful Alam Saikia, Bronze medallist in the Men Bermuda Model ( 30 years above) category Manoj Mahanta, 4th position holder in the Men Superbody Category Kushal Changmai and Quinn Buragohain who was placed among  the top ten in Women Bikini Model ( above 30 years) category were felicitated on the occasion. NABBA/WFF India president Dhiraj Mohan Das presided over the proceedings of the felicitation meeting. He spoke at length about the experience with NABBA/WFF and the future plans of the organisation.


The athletes narrated their experiences at the competition and how it had given them international exposure and motivation for the future. NABBA/WFF Assam secretary Jayanta Bez, vice president Diganta Kakati, Ramen Chamua and international Bodybuilder Nirnajan Kumar also graced the occasion. Several other organisations and individuals also felicitated the athletes.

Courts Won’t Tolerate Any Abuse of Client Trust Funds Says LeClairRyan Attorney


A recent decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) demonstrates that size doesn’t matter when it comes to handling client funds and adhering to all requirements of the Rules of Professional Conduct, says David Slocum, a Boston-based partner at national law firm LeClairRyan. Attorneys everywhere, not just in Massachusetts, should pay attention to this ruling, he adds.

“Even if a relatively small amount of money is involved; the client’s deprivation of funds is temporary and relatively short-lived; and the attorney has not obtained a personal benefit, the Matter of Strauss (479 Mass. 294) makes clear that the Board of Bar Overseers and the Massachusetts Courts regard the misuse of client funds as among the gravest forms of professional misconduct, as they should,” Slocum writes in a column, No Harm, No Foul? Not When it Comes to Misuse of Client Funds. The article appears in LeClairRyan’s Summer 2018 Accountant and Attorney Liability NewsBrief.

The Strauss case involved an attorney who negotiated a $5,000 personal injury claim settlement for a client. In late December 2012, while the client was traveling, her attorney received the settlement funds and deposited them into his client trust account. The next day, the attorney withdrew his fee of $1,666.67 pursuant to the contingency fee agreement but didn’t give her any details about the account activity, Slocum notes.

The attorney later wrote a check against the trust account, payable to his father, which reduced the trust balance to $175. When the client returned in January, she asked for the settlement funds without delay. Less than two months later the attorney paid the client the entire amount due in cash, and she signed a receipt for it.

“Following an investigation, the Office of Bar Counsel filed a petition for discipline against the attorney, who said he had ‘earmarked’ the $3,000 for the client,” Slocum relates. “The Board of Bar Overseers hearing committee didn’t buy that, and further found the attorney had submitted ‘reconstructed records’ in an after-the-fact attempt to conceal his misuse of the client’s funds. The BBO recommended suspending the attorney from the practice of law for an indefinite period of time, but a single justice of the SJC imposed a six-month suspension.”

The attorney appealed that and the SJC — noting that attorneys are obliged to safeguard client funds regardless of the amount — suspended the attorney for a period of not less than five years.

“Attorneys often hold client funds for a variety of reasons, and when they do, the attorney’s role is that of fiduciary and virtual trustee,” Slocum advises. “Although it may seem obvious that property held in trust for a client belongs to that client and no one else, the SJC’s decision in Matter of Strauss provides an important reminder that strict adherence to all rules regulating the safekeeping of client funds is of vital importance. Meticulous compliance with those rules protects the client’s property and protects the attorney from the perception of impropriety.”

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