United States Federal District Judge Louis Sands, Macon, Ga.
Sometimes great victories begin with a loss. When you're appealing, this is how you know you won! See: Walker, Dade & Catoosa Hospital Authority v. Clark, Court of Appeals of Georgia, 209 Ga.App. 52 (1993)
Going to the scene is how things get done.
Chess teaches every action has consequences.
Decisive action makes it look simple
A great adventure began when I passed the Georgia Bar Examination in 1989, allowing me to work under the guidance of (and with, and against) some of the best legal talent in the nation. What a privilege it is to help people and companies in almost any kind of matter - many of which I could never have envisioned until I had many years of practice behind me. Yet, even in those bad situations and the odds may be perceived as overwhelming, more often than not a good result is obtained through hard work and perserverance. My clients -- each and every one of them -- are important. They know it. They may not hear from me every day, but they know I am here. And I may not hear from them until some trouble or problem has announced itself, but I know in matters they value, they value my time. And I am proud to call most of them friends. And their families, and their friends. And some are great, lifelong friends. That's how I do it.