Editorial

A.C.’s legacy a mixed bag

Not having a head for numbers or legal matters, I began looking for an expert in real estate finance who could explain what the A.C. Bohrnstedt lawsuit was all about in simpler terms. Brian Cox, of Cox & Associates, LLC, has always been personable and kind so I sent him the articles about the lawsuit and asked if he could form an opinion about whether Bohrnstedt was the personification of Snidely Whiplash or if he could have been the victim of circumstance and some unsound advice.

What Brian provided was so much more than I would . . .

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