Tim Kopka
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At 8:05am on August 26, 2009, Gerald M. Dworkin said…
What are you doing these days? I probably have a legal case or two in the Chicago area. I really have no clue as I exclude everything from my brain cells while I'm working on other cases. Had a drowning investigation last week in El Paso; and a trial in Montgomery, AL. Have a legal report due today for another case; have a telephone discussion tomorrow on another case; and have a diving accident investigation to do in Vermont on Friday. It has certainly been a wild ride.

Also, since January, we've conducted training in Texas, Wisconsin, Louisiana, New York, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Connecticut, and New Hampshire.

At 7:18am on August 26, 2009, Gerald M. Dworkin said…

Hope you are doing well and I look forward to working with you sometime in the future.

At 2:58pm on July 23, 2009, Timothy Auerhahn said…
Hey Tim, We're up and running here at our new facility, trying to work out all the kinks on 2 huge hot tubs, a cold plunge and a big multipurpose pool with lots of seperation walls. I should be back out your way in the fall. We'll have to meet up.

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