Thursday, March 02, 2006

If He Couldn't Do It, Who Can?

From the New York Times:
One question that may go unanswered is how J. Howard Marshall II left his affairs in such apparent confusion. He was not just an oilman. He was a lawyer — a professor of trusts and estates at Yale Law School.

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