Porter, Thomas C.

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Porter,

Thomas C., English scientist, 1860-1933.
Ferry-Porter law - see under Ferry
Porter law - a principle that critical flicker frequency increases with brightness of stimulus independent of stimulus wavelength.
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As a partner in Washington's Arnold & Porter law firm, in addition to representing clients in tax policy matters, he was a leader in a successful two-decade effort to recover major damages for the savings and loan (S&L) industry following the government's retroactive repeal of tax benefits meant to encourage takeovers of insolvent S&Ls.
Currently a senior partner at the Arnold & Porter law firm, Reade has worked on international trade issues since 1982.
of the Porter Law Firm of Little Rock denied that an award should be given in his answer to Persons' petition.
based Arnold & Porter law firm has run an emergency back-up child care center that operates at night and on weekends, for use solely when parents are working overtime.
She served as a Heath Policy Advisor for Arnold & Porter law firm and on the Health Policy Staff of U.
Nickel of the Arnold and Porter Law Firm, representing the Commonwealth Coalition of organizations opposed to the amendment.
Prutzman, who graduated from the Columbia University Law School, also served as a partner in the Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison, and Arnold & Porter law firms.
Walter Rockier, Senior Partner, Arnold & Porter law firm
APCO, named last year by Inside PR as the United States' number one public affairs firm, was founded in 1984 as an in-house consulting office for the Arnold & Porter law firm and was acquired by Grey, the sixth largest advertising agency in the world, in 1991.
APCO, named last year by Inside PR as the United States' number one public affairs firm, was founded by Arnold & Porter law firm and was acquired by Grey in 1991.