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Legal Eagles Have Some Advice for Forward Readers

Sisters Amy Feldman and Robin Epstein, the authors of the new book, “So Sue Me, Jackass!: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls That Can Come Back to Bite You at Work, at Home, and at Play” (Plume) will be the Forward’s next guest Bintel Brief advice columnists.

Feldman is General Counsel at the national placement firm the Judge Group. She is also a nationally syndicated radio correspondent on legal issues and appears weekly on the local Fox morning show “Good Day Philadelphia.” She specializes in employment- and consumer-related issues.

Epstein is a journalist, author and a contributor to the public radio show “This American Life.” She served as the head writer and on-air sidekick for “Clued In,” — a gameshow for teenage girls, and teaches sitcom-writing at NYU. She is the author of 13 published children’s books, and co-wrote the novel “Shaking Her Assets” (Berkeley Trade, 2005).

If you have a question for the Bintel Brief, email [email protected]. Questions selected for publication will be printed anonymously. New installments of the Bintel Brief are published Mondays at www.forward.com.

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