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ITCs went out this morning from Harper Grey, Blakes, Singleton Reynolds and Alexander Holburn.  

 

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Singleton Reynolds, Harper Grey, Harris & Company, Alexander Holburn, Whitelaw Twinning, and Arvay Finlay have gone out. 

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Got ITCs from 2 regional firms (don't feel comfortable naming them), regret emails from EcoJustice and Alexander Holburn. All of these came yesterday (Day 1 of ITC)...crickets since then.

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9 minutes ago, BeetleGirl said:

Got ITCs from 2 regional firms (don't feel comfortable naming them), regret emails from EcoJustice and Alexander Holburn. All of these came yesterday (Day 1 of ITC)...crickets since then.

alexander holburn didn't send me a regret email or an ITC :( this is rude 

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20 minutes ago, sadlawstudent said:

alexander holburn didn't send me a regret email or an ITC :( this is rude 

Same here.

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31 minutes ago, kktyl said:

Has anyone heard either ITC or PFO for gov't/public/not-for-profits? 

I got an ITC from DOJ yesterday. 

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34 minutes ago, sadlawstudent said:

Did anyone hear from blg? Usually they send out Day 1 

 

blakes and blg are my top picks 

BLG sent ITCs yesterday. 

 

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1 hour ago, Palmer said:

I got an ITC from DOJ yesterday. 

Okay, thanks! I'm wondering about CLAS. I've heard they don't send ITCs but figured I'd check anyway

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