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Publications & Text Books

"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished", by Bob Kellegrew, Fiction, Publish America, 2005. For further information about this new work of fiction, which is about corporate malfeasance in the modern workplace by Puritan Faust's very own Bob Kellegrew follow this link {No Good Deed Goes Unpunished} or you can see some sample chapters by downloading the following Adobe Acrobat file.

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In the News

"ScanSoft and SpeechWorks Shareholders Approve Merger" August 11th, 2003 After 4 months and countless hours Bob Kellegrew's tasks are completed at SpeechWorks and our favorite "Of Counsel" returns home to Puritan Faust.

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"Speech Works Appoints General Counsel" April 2nd, 2003 Bob Kellegrew, former Puritan Faust attorney, is appointed General Counsel of SpeechWorks. We congratulate Bob and wish him the best.

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"Keystones Associates, Discussion Panel" Corporate Formations & Start-Ups, January 23rd, 2003 from 9:00 am - 10:30 am L. Stephen McCready guest lecturer at Keystonses Associates Alumni Panel to discuss corporate formation and other legal issues associated with start-ups - location Keystone Associates Burlington, Massachusetts.

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Articles & Presentations

"Managing the Small Ones (Alternatives to the Hourly Fee)," by L. Stephen McCready, Appearing in the February, 1999 issue of Under Construction (ABA's journal for the construction industry).

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"Estate Planning for Owners of Closely-Held Corporations: Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)" by L. Stephen McCready, Fall 1994. Unpublished analysis of utilizing ESOP to allow closely-held corporations to succeed in transitioning from generation to generation without being consumed by estate taxes.

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