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The senior partner--the tried friend and adviser of our family--received me.
As her ladyship's legal adviser," he said, "I support the protest which her ladyship has just made.
Before he could put the question there was a momentary contest between Lady Lundie and her legal adviser.
With all these personal advantages, it is a question, nevertheless, whether he was the fittest adviser whom Agnes could have chosen under the circumstances.
Put the case that a woman, under such circumstances as you have mentioned, held her child concealed, and was obliged to communicate the fact to her legal adviser, on his representing to her that he must know, with an eye to the latitude of his defence, how the fact stood about that child.
Put the case, Pip, that here was one pretty little child out of the heap, who could be saved; whom the father believed dead, and dared make no stir about; as to whom, over the mother, the legal adviser had this power: "I know what you did, and how you did it.
A lot has changed in the accounting profession since the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (Advisers Act).
Except for large investment advisers implicated in the mutual fund trading scandals (see "The Mutual Fund Trading Scandals," JofA, Dec.
As a result, taxpayers must select their advice, and their advisers, carefully to avoid penalties.
Ken Koskay, CPA and director of business development at Practitioners Publishing Company, says that non-traditional competitors, such as brokers, banks, mutual funds and insurance companies, are making a "full-court press" to become their high-net-worth clients' most trusted advisers.
Since the first major market-timing and late-trading scandal broke just over a year ago, there's been a barrage of federal and state enforcement actions against investment advisers who advise mutual funds.