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Midsize firm steps up for Holocaust survivor

, The National Law Journal

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In 1939, Joanna Boisen's client was one of 160,000 Jews in Poland's Łódz ghetto. For more than four years, he worked as a janitor in the Nazi-guarded center, where 43,500 people died from disease, starvation and murder. His duties included collecting decaying corpses and taking them to a dump.

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