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Real estate lawyer leaves big footsteps in Jewish and secular charities

ROB KAUFMANN is a stand-up guy — literally and figuratively. Literally, since he’s more of a stander than a sitter. The work surfaces in his lofty corner office at Brownstein Farber Hyatt Schreck are all chest-high and the only chairs in sight are clearly meant for visitors. The successful attorney and energetic community activist feels that […]
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