Focus on Columbus

Big firm life - the Columbus way

'It's the way the practice of law was meant to be'

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Looking out from the glass-walled conference room near the front lobby of Page Scrantom Sprouse Tucker & Ford's contemporary-styled offices, managing partner William Tucker explains the process in which the city of Columbus is partially opening up a dam in the Chattahoochee River to allow more white-water to flow through, setting the stage for completion of the most challenging urban rapids course in the country.

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