Andrew C. Hall, founding partner at Miami-based law firm Hall, Lamb & Hall, was literally born into the Holocaust in Warsaw, Poland in 1944. Yesterday was Yom Ha’Shoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day for the entire nation to honor those who were lost in one of the worst genocides in history. Andy remembers not just one day a year, but every day.
Born in 1944 on the floor of a coal cellar in Poland where his Jewish parents hid from the Nazis, Andrew Hall was only three pounds when he was born. His family ultimately escaped to Krakow through the sewer system, and after a harrowing journey across multiple borders, made it to the United States. According to Hall, the only thing that kept his family alive was the acts of a heroic person willing to risk their own life to rescue another. It is with that knowledge and gratitude that Hall has never been able to walk away from a victim reaching out their hand in need.
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Swiss banking giant UBS and the Justice Dept reached an accord that would force the bank to disclose the names of American clients suspected of tax evasion. The settlement may not end UBS’s woes. Andrew C. Hall, a lawyer with Hall Lamb and Hall, P.A.
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