The short story, Last Second Chance, is a tale of greed, power, moral dilemma and hard choices in a large Manhattan law firm. One attorney has made the firm richer thanks to software on the outer limits of technology. But who is the user, the attorneys or the software?
Stories imagined from my experiences in life, the law and information collected by my curious mind.
Writing has always been important in my life. I wrote as a student. I wrote as a lawyer. Now I write stories of legal fiction for the challenge and enjoyment.
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Here’s a quick story about my name. My full name is Robert Kurtz Holloway but my parents always called me Kurt. I’m not sure why they gave me Robert as a first name. So, throughout my life I have tried variations of my name to avoid using Robert since I had no idea who he was. Only my paternal grandmother insisted on calling me Robert but that’s another story. Through high school I was known as Kurt. In college and law school I tried R. Kurt Holloway so that the initial R. could connect the dots to my official records which showed as Robert. As I approached the end of law school I decided my professional name would be R. Kurtz Holloway so that some part of my first and middle names was complete. My official name remained that for over 40 years. Today, as a writer, I am Kurt Holloway once again.