CHICAGO - Bond lawyers must "embrace the practicality of market change" and encourage issuers and other municipal bond market participants to voluntarily provide secondary market disclosure to investors, Drew Kintzinger, the new president of the National Association of Bond Lawyers, said last night.

"In doing so, we can borrow upon the experience of our partners in corporate securities who deal in 10-Qs, 10-Ks, and 8-Ks on an ongoing basis," Kintzinger, a lawyer with Briggs and Morgan in Minneapolis, said in his first address to the association's members.

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