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Mark A. Fuller, Attorney at Law

Mark Fuller has a law practice in Phoenix (AZ)
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2575 East Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016
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    Overlawyered Our editor's newest Reason column takes a skeptical look at the “anti-sweatshop” movement, which is quickly acquiring a large litigation component along with its substantial campus-activist presence. ... Reader Paul W. Green of the East Valley Tribune ... more »
    June 2000 archives, part 1
    Overlawyered Our editor's newest Reason column takes a skeptical look at the “anti-sweatshop” movement, which is quickly acquiring a large litigation component along with its substantial campus-activist presence. ... Reader Paul W. Green of the East Valley Tribune ... more »
    Ex-US Attorney in Arizona Is Criticized for Leak to Fox
    New York Times WASHINGTON — The Justice Department's independent inspector general on Monday criticized a former top federal prosecutor in Arizona, Dennis K. Burke, for leaking to Fox News a document in June 2011 about a federal agent who was raising alarms ... more »
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