NAHL Group establishes second alternative business structure

Josh White WebFG News | 13 Oct, 2017 12:47 - Updated: 12:47 | | |

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Legal services consumer marketing business NAHL Group announced on Friday that it has established its second alternative business structure (ABS), this time in partnership with full-service national legal practice Lyons Davidson.

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