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A Lead Counsel’s Deposition

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Surrender . . . surrender to the program, surrender to a Higher Power—for some reason, I have found it very difficult to surrender. I am a man. I am an attorney. No one becomes an attorney by accident. It takes years of hard work and dedication. My profession is filled with strong-willed people who want to be in control. I am one such person. When I confront a problem, I solve it. When I’m confronted with a challenge, I rise to meet it. I am strong; I am intelligent; I am self-reliant. But more than that, I am a compulsive

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