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Antonio M. Romanucci Candidate for Parliamentarian American Association for Justice Denver, Colorado | July 7-11, 2018 | Colorado Convention Center

Antonio Romanucci

When and How you can Vote
My name is Antonio Romanucci, and I am running for AAJ Parliamentarian.
As a trial attorney, it is my life’s mission to make a difference in the lives of my clients while changing society to better protect us all; simply put, I cannot continue to do that without this organization leading the way. It is the duty of the members and leaders to continue what we do while continuously growing, staying ahead of our counterparts, staving off legislation that will hurt our practices and our clients, and ensure we preserve the trial by jury for the generations to come. I will bring all of my energy, passion, and enthusiasm to the position of Parliamentarian and the successive offices, should I continue to climb the ladder, and ensure this organization always reflects diversity and inclusion.

AAJ must continue to grow as an organization if we, as trial attorneys, will continue to lead the fight for justice. It is no secret that the AAJ membership has been flat over the last several years, and we should never accept little or no growth as a measure of success. Indeed, if AAJ fails to grow, there is a harsh reality that it must then contract to survive.

However, that is not in our best interest. Our current budget recognizes the strength of Linda Lipsen and the leadership at AAJ in continuing to fight the fight on Capitol Hill and in states across the country defeating anti-consumer, anti-civil rights, anti-victim bills. We are playing defense and playing defense pretty darn well so far. We have not had the opportunity to go on offense in quite a bit of time, namely because we had an obstructionist Congress while President Obama was in office, and we now possess a minority in Congress with a questionable split of our Supreme Court to be determined.

Can you imagine where we would be without our PAC? How much less of a “minority” would we have to make up the difference where we stand now with the prospect of winning both houses of Congress in November 2018? The answer is in more members, not fewer members with a smaller budget or staff.

Our collective challenge is to develop a serious plan to grow paying membership and continually increase PAC membership. A shrunken membership will only ensure a weaker legislative drive and less money for our PAC — this is unimaginable to me.

Therefore, my position for AAJ is growth. My position is to undertake a comprehensive review of our Sections and Litigation Groups and appoint state captains to market the educational value of AAJ within state TLA’s to grow our paying membership, which will also ultimately grow the PAC. The AAJ staff is doing the incredible with limited resources as is. Our education is extraordinary – in fact, our PAC is breaking monthly records. We are on track for success and should not accept a derailment.

State captains would be charged with especially increasing our diverse membership which is improving but must improve to better reflect or demographics and attract new members so that we are THE most approachable bar association.

You likely know by now that this is a contested election to be held in Denver in July of 2018. My opponent is worthy and someone I consider to be a good man. You may have indicated your support at this point, and I respect that. However, this election should be no different than a trial where both sides start at the same line. It is important that both sides be heard. The opportunity may arise where your initial support differs come voting time upon both sides being heard.

The difference I can make in a leadership position within AAJ is reflected in my ability to outwork anyone when it comes to any challenge, learning the subject matter and then executing. I have been able to successfully work this formula in my trial practice, my leadership position in Illinois TLA, state and federal fundraising over the past 15 years, and in the civic and community arenas I have been affiliated with. My experiences at AAJ have been greatly responsible for making me the trial lawyer that I am, from the CLE programs to the litigation group meetings and the breakfast, lunches and dinners I have shared with many of you, I have never stopped learning and applying those experiences to the representation of injured victims.

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Personal Facts About Antonio Romanucci

  • City where born: Chicago, Illinois
  • Year of Birth: 1960
  • Years Practicing Law: 33
  • Law Firm Name: Romanucci & Blandin, LLC
  • Undergraduate Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Law School: John Marshall
  • Children Names: Elizabeth and John (currently a 2L)
  • Favorite Chicago Restaurant: Gibson’s Steakhouse
  • Favorite Restaurant Outside Chicago: Quattro, South Beach, Florida
  • Favorite Baseball Team: Chicago Cubs!
  • Favorite TV Shows: The Office, Bachelor, Homeland, Planet Earth l and ll
  • Best Movie Recently Watched: Three Billboards
  • What I Love to do When There’s Time: Hiking, Photography, Cold Weather Travel
  • Dogs: Marge (Pug, 11 years old) and Louis (Italian Greyhound, 8 years old)
  • Other Hobbies: Racquetball, Running, Cooking
  • Lives with: Andrea

Professional Legal Experience

  • THE LAW OFFICES OF DONALD J. NOLAN; Responsible for litigating major personal injury and workers compensation claims — 1990-1998
  • THE LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD F. PELLEGRINO; General trial practice with particular concentration in Workers’ Compensation-Personal Injury- Criminal — 1987-1990
  • THE COOK COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER; Representation of indigent defendants. Experience – jury trials, bench trials and preliminary hearing — 1984-1987

Legal Activities

  • ITLA Second Vice President, 2017-2018
  • Chair, Police Misconduct Litigation Group for AAJ, 2014-2018
  • Chair, Lawyers Call to Action: A Summit hosted by the CBA, 2017
  • Chair, A Path Towards Solutions: A Summit on Curbing the Violence in Chicago for CBA, 2017
  • Chair, Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group for AAJ, 2016-2017
  • State of Illinois Supreme Court Rules Committee, 2012-2020
  • AAJ Exchange Advisory Committee, 2011-2017
  • AAJ National Finance Council, 2011-2016
  • ITLA Nominating Committee 2013
  • AAJ Section Leaders Council
  • AAJ Board of Governors, 2010-2016
  • Legal Counsel, Italian American Chamber of Commerce, 2010-2014
  • AAJ Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability Chair, 2011-2012
  • Public Justice Board of Directors, 2008 – 2017
  • AAJ Journal Peer Reviewer for TRIAL
  • Illinois Bar Foundation Chicago Fellows Committee, 2007
  • Illinois Bar Foundation Raffle Chair, 2005-2008
  • ISBA Standing Committee Law Related Education for the Public
  • Suburban Bar Coalition Judicial Screener, November 2006
  • Law School Facilitator, appointed by the Professionalism Commission of the Illinois Supreme Court, 2004
  • AAJ PAC Trustee, 2005-2007, 2014-2016
  • ISBA Torts Sections Council Member, 2005-2009
  • WCLA Board of Directors, 2005-2008
  • ITLA Board of Managers, 2003-present
  • AAJ National Host Student Trial Advocacy Competition, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • Accipiter Award Committee, Fenwick Bar Association, 2000-2003
  • ISBA Agenda and Programs Committee on Hearings, June 1999
  • ISBA Assembly, May 1998-2004, 2006-2009
  • ISBA appointment to the Task Force on Certification, 1997-1999
  • President, Justinian Society of Lawyers, 2002-2003
  • Treasurer, National Italian-American Bar Association, 2001-2005
  • Delegate to Board of Directors National Italian-American Bar Association, 1996-1997
  • Lawyers for Workers’ Rights Organization, 1995
  • Executive Committee, Justinian Society, 1996-2006


  • J.D., John Marshall Law School – Chicago, IL (1985)
  • B.A., Psychology, University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI (1982)

BAR ADMISSIONS: Illinois, 1985; United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois; United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois; United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana; United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan; United States District Court for the Southern District of New Jersey; United States District Court for the Northern District of New York; United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin; Pro Hac Vice Admissions, Multiple State and Federal Jurisdictions.

Awards & Honors

  • 2018 – American Association for Justice Above & Beyond Award
  • 2016 – Justinian Society of Lawyers Award of Excellence
  • 2016 – The Order Sons of Italy, Leonardo DaVinci Award of Excellence
  • 2014 – Fenwick Bar Association Accipiter Award
  • 2003-2017 – Illinois Leading Lawyer’s Network Top Lawyer
  • 2013-2018 by U.S. News and World Report – Named “Best Lawyer in Chicago”
  • 2014 – Top 8 Aviation Lawyer in State of Illinois
  • 2012 – Present – Top 100 Trial Lawyer as certified by the National Trial Lawyers
  • 2013 – The Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Humanitarian Award
  • 2013 International Legal Award for Practice Excellence for Aviation Law Firm in Illinois
  • 2009 thru present – AVVO Top Rating 10/10
  • 2005-2017 AV Rated Attorney by Martindale-Hubbell™
  • 2016 Top Rated Lawyer in Personal Injury Law by American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell™
  • 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 -2017, Top 100 Super Lawyer in Illinois
  • 2013 – Justinian Society of Lawyers Gerald Sbarbaro Mentoring Award
  • 2010 – Justinian Society of Lawyers, Moses W. Harrison Recognition Award
  • 2010 – Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Excellence in Leadership Award
  • 2007 – Certificate of Appreciation for Civic Contributions from the City of Chicago
  • 2003 – John Marshall Law School Distinguished Service Award
  • 1998 – David Award
  • 1995 – Certificate of Merit for outstanding service in the program of Continuing Legal Education-WCLA Seminar
  • 1989 – Constitutional Rights Foundation Lawyer of the Year
  • 1986 – City of Chicago Citizen’s Bravery Award
  • Life Member of Who’s Who
  • Assisted Equip for Equality in Drafting Complaint seeking relief for disabled teenager, 0,4838183.story
  • CBA, Update on Disappearance of Malaysia Flight $370 and Damages Suspected, Chicago

Speaking Engagements

  • AAJ, Webinar Moderator, Ethical Considerations for Representing Individuals with Diminished Cognitive Capacity, June 13, 2018
  • AAJ, Boardwalk Seminar 2018, Atlantic City, NJ, May 10, 2018
  • AAJ, The Noncredible or Unlikable Client, How to Turn the Loser into a Winner, Nashville, TN, May 6, 2018
  • AAJ, Ethics Session: Ethical Considerations for Representing Individuals with Diminished Cognitive Capacity, New Orleans, LA, May 4, 2018
  • AAJ, Phonathon Host, Chicago, IL, April 2018
  • Law Bulletin Seminars, 8th Annual Symposium With the Judges, Chicago, IL, November 20, 2017
  • American Society of Trial Consultants, Legal Challenges in Police Shooting Cases, Rosemont, IL, June 9, 2017
  • Chicago Bar Association, Moderator & Event Chair – A Path Towards Solutions: A Summit on Curbing the Violence in Chicago, Chicago, IL, May 19, 2017
  • Ohio Association for Justice, Excessive Police Force Against the Emotionally Impaired, Columbus, OH, May 4, 2017
  • John Marshall Law School, Q & A with students, Chicago, IL, April 2017
  • Chicago Bar Association, Civil Rights and Police Liability Litigation Panel, Chicago, IL, April 19, 2017
  • Law Bulletin Seminars, 7th Annual Symposium With the Judges, Chicago, IL, November 17, 2016
  • John Marshall Law School, Police Misconduct Case Analysis, Chicago, IL, March 2016
  • AAJ, Settlement and Negotiation Techniques, Boca Raton, FL, February 2016
  • AAJ, Multigenerational Workforce Diversity and Law Firm Management, Boca Raton, FL, February 2016
  • AAJ, Overcoming Juror Bias in Police Misconduct Cases, Montreal, Canada, July 13, 2015
  • AAJ, Litigating Excessive Police Force Cases: The Misuse of Tasers and Guns, June 2015
  • ITLA, Preparing Your Client to Testify at Trial, Chicago, IL, March 2015
  • AAJ, US Supreme Court Analysis of Police Misconduct Cases, Palm Springs, CA, February 2015
  • AAJ, Police Misconduct, New Orleans, LA, February 2014
  • AAJ, Priming the Plaintiff’s Medical Expert, Chicago, IL, February 2014
  • John Marshall Law School, Legal Implications of Concussions for Sports and the Military in the Future, October 2012
  • AAJ, Police Misconduct, Chicago, IL, January 2014
  • AAJ, Guest Lecturer, Police Misconduct, San Francisco, CA, July 2013
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Jury Selection, Chicago, IL, October 2012
  • Law Bulletin Seminars, Rule 243 Examination – Questions from Jurors, Chicago, IL, November 2012
  • Law Bulletin Seminars, Case Examination, Chicago, IL, November 17, 2011
  • AAJ, Program Moderator – 21st Century Discovery and Litigation Techniques, Chicago, IL, July 2012
  • AAJ Program Moderator – Litigation at Sunrise, Chicago, IL, July 2012
  • Law Bulletin Seminars, Jury Deliberations, Chicago, IL, June 7, 2011
  • Litigation Skills Conference, Hudson v. City of Chicago, et al., November 2010
  • John Marshall Law School, Starting your own Law Firm, Chicago, IL, October 2010
  • Chicago Bar Association, Anticipating Objections During Discovery and Motions in Limine, Chicago, IL, October 2010
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Proving Damages in the Traumatic Brain Injury Case, Chicago, IL, October 2010
  • American Association for Justice, Cross Examination of the Defense Neuropsychologist, Vancouver, BC, July 2010
  • Litigation Skills Conference, Courtroom Visuals, April 2010
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group, Ethical Considerations in Representing the Client with Traumatic Brain Injury, May 2010
  • Litigation Skills Conference, Juror Deselection and Jury Management Strategies, March 2010
  • Chicago Bar Association, Anticipating Objections During Discovery and Motions in Limine, Chicago, IL, October 2009,
  • Illinois State Bar Association, Trial Primer, Chicago, IL, May 2009
  • American Association for Justice, Reconstructing the Complex Motor Vehicle Case, New Orleans, LA, May 2009
  • Litigation Skills Conference, Jury Selection and Strategies, March 2009
  • Chicago Bar Association, Anticipating Objections During Discovery and Motions in Limine, Chicago, IL, October 2008
  • North American Brain Injury Society, Voir Dire, New Orleans, LA, October 2008
  • Chicago Bar Association, Using Exhibits at Trial, Chicago, IL, May 2008
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Confidential Settlements, Chicago, IL, April 2008
  • Litigation Skills Conference, Moderator, Chicago, IL, March 2008
  • Litigation Skills Conference, Panelist, Chicago, IL, October 2007
  • Chicago Bar Association, Anticipating Objections During Discovery and Motions in Limine, Chicago, IL, October 2007
  • Illinois State Bar Association, Moderator for 2 day MCLE Seminar-Governmental Tort Immunity, Collinsville and Lombard, IL, November 2006
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Governmental Tort Immunity, Chicago, IL, October 2005
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Using Reconstruction Animations in Complex Transportation Litigation, Boston, MA, July 2004
  • Illinois State Bar Association, Training for Lawyers Participating in Mediation of Major Cases, Chicago, IL, February 2004
  • Chicago Bar Association, Anticipating Objections During Discovery and Motions in Limine, Chicago, IL, November 2003
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Litigating the Complex Case; Section 41 Claims Against the Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, IL, October 14, 2002
  • Chicago Bar Association, Anticipating Objections During Discovery and Motions in Limine, Chicago, IL, September 2001
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Premises Liability, Chicago, IL, September 15, 2001
  • Knapp Burn Foundation Survivor Wellness Forum, Maximizing Damages at Trial, Willowbrook, IL, May 2000
  • National Business Institute, Workers’ Compensation In Illinois, Willowbrook, IL, May 1999,
  • Chicago Bar Association, Chicago, Il., April 1997, New Cases and Recent Developments
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Oak Brook, IL, November 9, 1996, Notice and Statute of Limitations
  • John Marshall Law School, March 1996, Obtaining Successful Employment and Maintaining Success in Practice
  • Union Local #134 IBEW, Workers’ Compensation Remedies
  • Union Local #134 IBEW, Structural Work Act Overview
  • Union Local #134, Workers’ Comp overview


  • Excessive Police Force Against the Emotionally Disturbed, TRIAL, October 2016
  • Police Misconduct: Section 1983 Violations, Proving Claims Against the Government, Trial Journal, Vol. 17, Num. 1, Winter 2015
  • Defeating Immunities Defenses in Police Misconduct Cases, TRIAL, December 2014
  • The Invisible Injury of PTSD, TRIAL, June 2014
  • Current State of Police Misconduct, AAJ Civil Rights Newsletter, Winter 2014
  • US Supreme Court Analysis of Police Misconduct Cases, AAJ, Winter Conference 2014
  • Letter to the Editor, Chicago Tribune, September 2014, Personal Cameras on Police Officers
  • The Invisible Injury of PTSD, TRIAL, June 2014, Volume 50, No. 6, Protecting Those Who Serve (Peer Reviewed)
  • Juror Selection, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, October 2012
  • Head Trauma Requires More, Crain’s Chicago Business, June 2007
  • Employees Should Know Workers Compensation Rights, Star Newspapers Business Section, March 2007
  • Using Reconstruction Animations in Complex Transportation Litigation, December 2003, ATLA’s Motor Vehicle and Premises Litigation Section Newsletter
  • Born To Lead, July 2003, Fra Noi
  • Litigating the Complex Case Section 41 claims Against the Chicago Transit Authority, October 2002, ITLA Lawyer’s Notebook
  • Premises Liability, 2001, ITLA Lawyer’s Notebook
  • Ignoring the Injured, March 19,2001, The Chicago Tribune
  • The Pegram Decision, June 23, 2000, The Chicago Sun-Times
  • And Now, a Good Word About Lawyers, December 29, 1998, Chicago Tribune, Voice of the People
  • Sound the Alarm, March 5,1998, Chicago Tribune, Voice of the People
  • Litigation Techniques For The Difficult Injured Employee’s Case, 1997 NBI Advanced Workers’ Compensation In Illinois
  • Medical Issues In The Complex Workers’ Compensation Claim 1997 NBI Advanced Workers’ Compensation In Illinois
  • Injudicious, May 2, 1997, Chicago Tribune, Voice Of The People
  • New Cases and Recent Developments, 1997 CBA Worker’s Compensation Handbook
  • Statute of Limitations, 1996-2007, ITLA Worker’s Compensation Lawyer’s Notebook

Civic Activities

  • Board of Trustees, John Marshall Law School, 2017
  • Board of Directors, Synapse House, 2014 – 2015
  • Chicago 2016 Host Committee Member and Sprint Through the Finish Dinner Committee
  • Chairman, Cameron Can Foundation Fundraiser, 2013
  • First Vice-President, Italian American Chamber of Commerce, 2012-2014
  • DCCC Fundraiser, 2006 to present
  • Finance chairman, Lisa Marino for Judge, 2011-2012
  • Finance Chairman, Robert Fioretti, 2nd Ward Alderman, 2011
  • Founder of the Adopt-A-Veteran program, Chicago, 2010
  • Chairman JCCIA Cardinal Bernardin Award Gala 2008-2009
  • Chairman IACC Gala 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
  • Honorary Board member, Giant Steps, 2005 – 2013
  • President, Joint Civic Committee, 2010 – 2012
  • Board of Directors, Italian American Chamber of Commerce, 2007
  • Finance Co-Chair, Robert Fioretti, 2nd Ward Alderman Candidate
  • Board of Directors, Giant Steps, Inc., 2003-2005
  • President and Founder, Justinian Society’s Children Endowment Fund, 2002
  • Board of Directors and Advisors, Illinois Fatherhood Initiative, 2002-present
  • Invited Delegate by the Chinese Ministry of Health, People to People Ambassador
  • Board of Directors, Barrington Area Arts Council, 2000-2003
  • President, Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse, 2001-2006
  • President, Knapp Burn Foundation, 2000-2002
  • Vice-president, River Park Athletic and Dining Club
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation Volunteer, 1994
  • The Greater Barrington Area Lawyer’s Guild, founder and President, 1996-1998
  • Wisconsin Alumni Association Career Connections counselor
  • Constitutional Rights Foundation, seventh and eighth grade student instructor, 1988-1994

Professional Organizational Participation

  • American Association for Justice (AAJ)
  • Workers’ Compensation Lawyer’s Association (WCLA)
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association (ITLA)
  • Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA)
  • Chicago Bar Association (CBA)
  • Justinian Society of Lawyers
  • National Italian-American Foundation (NIAF)
  • Fenwick Bar Association
  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Northwest Suburban Bar Association (NWSBA)
  • Women’s Bar Association of Illinois (WBAI)
  • Melvin M. Bell Society
  • Public Justice

Significant Litigation Involvement

  • LaPorta v. City of Chicago, October 2017, civil rights, $44.7M verdict
  • Class Action Red Light Camera Case v. City of Chicago, August 2017, civil rights, $38.75M settlement
  • Victims of the Route 91/Las Vegas Shooting v. MGM, Live Nation, Slide Fire Solutions, etc., mass tort, pending
  • Victims of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting v. G4S Secure Solutions, mass tort, pending
  • Brown v. Wayne Blanchard and Walworth County Wisconsin, February 2017,civil rights, $1.1M settlement
  • Chavez v. Dr. Mark Holterman, medical malpractice, $30M settlement
  • Doe v. Grand Prairie Transit, July 2016, sexual assault, Confidential
  • Estate of Joshua Salvato, deceased, Vincent Salvato v. Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Norman Brown, et al., May 2014, civil rights, $2.28M verdict
  • Private Bank and Trust Company v. City of Chicago, et al., 2014, civil rights, $4.5M settlement
  • Severin v. American Airlines 4184, aviation
  • TWA Flight 800, aviation
  • Poull v. Courtney (Cicero fire tragedy — Six wrongful deaths), premises liability
  • Domenick v. Dominick’s (Roof collapse; $4M+ settlement sets record in Illinois for octogenarian), premises liability
  • Talley v. Barrington School District 220, bicyclist, $1.5M+ settlement
  • Chmielewski v. CTA, March 1999, motor vehicle, $5.33M verdict
  • Tews v. Stoxen Chiropractic, malpractice, $3.71M verdict
  • Pietras v. Biddle Corporation, work injury, $3.6M verdict
  • Kuprianczyk v. CTA, January 2002, pedestrian, $3.6M verdict
  • Alaska Airlines Flight 261, aviation, $6.5M settlement
  • American Airlines Flight 587, aviation
  • Doe v. Doe, June 2002, $1.125M settlement
  • Buhle v. Associated British Foods, motor vehicle, $2.25M settlement
  • Hudson v. City of Chicago, civil rights, $17.6M verdict
  • Wszolek v. Chicago Bus Co., pedestrian, $1.75M settlement
  • Deig v. Polaris, products liability, Confidential Settlement
  • Dell’Oglio v. Concord Homes, work injury, $1.45M settlement
  • Briefman v. City of Chicago, work injury, $5M settlement
  • Bonnie Bobo v. Chicago Housing Authority, premises liability, $3.65M settlement
  • Milnamow v. Shedd Aquarium, work injury, $4.85M settlement
  • Cabay v. Loyola University, medical malpractice, $4M settlement
  • Balzano v. Takaghi, motor vehicle, $1.45M settlement
  • Yanakiev v. Confidential, motor vehicle, $800,000 settlement
  • Depasquale v. Confidential, motorcycle, $495,000 settlement
  • Livingston v. Earman, medical malpractice, $525,000 verdict
  • Lane v. Confidential, premises liability, $4M settlement
  • Marion Misiak, 45 year old laborer, work injury, $7.5M settlement
  • Tinman v. Christ Hospital, medical malpractice, $22.3M verdict
  • Does v. Northwest Suburban HS District, educational abuse, Confidential
  • Does v. North Suburban HS District, educational abuse, Confidential
  • Norton v. Vestel County, civil rights, $900,000 settlement
  • Krumrei v. City of Dallas, civil rights, $625,000 settlement
  • Miller v. Southwest Airlines, class action, pending
  • Smith v. City of Chicago, civil rights class action, pending
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