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A good workday for civil litigation attorney Auden L. Grumet ends with a night bike ride of 25 to 50 miles

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  • Auden L. Grumet, Esq.

    Great article :) Father is still a psychiatrist and my mother is still a freelance writer/author. And my hairline is NOT receding, despite the appearance to the contrary in the main photo (I just stupidly shaved my head a few days before the photo shoot, which I had forgotten about:). Also, while I water ski too on occasion, the main skiing I do is alpine/snow skiing. Thanks to Laura Raines (and John Disney, the photographer) for your effort!

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