March 2009 Issue
Their names can be found in the pages of casebooks and on the sides of law school buildings. They’ve tried some of the most important cases of the last 50 years, dazzling juries and swaying judges. They’ve won—or saved—billions of dollars for their clients, and become wealthy men in the process.
From Watergate to the World Trade Center
Keeping it simple
Hating losing more than loving winning
John Wayne in a pinstripe suit
Kickin’ asses that need kickin’
Defending clients, not movements
The man they call when they’re in Texas-size trouble
Note: Register for this month's CLE, "Old Lions Still Roar: Seven Veteran Trial Lawyers Share Their Strategies," from 1-2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 18.