41 years, 250 cases
When I represent a client in a business dispute, I find I am acting as an historian. Like an historian, I interview eyewitnesses informally but also formally, such as through depositions and examination in court. I also comb through documents, which now are not only paper but more commonly in electronic form. Similar to an historian with a political bent or thesis to prove, I use advocacy skills to portray the facts in a light most favorable to my client. I enjoy telling my client's story to a judge, arbitrator, mediator, or jury as a very creative process.
On a personal level, I have been married to the same wonderful wife for over 32 years and have two grown sons, whom I coached in Little League and Babe Ruth Baseball. I play racquetball almost every day and am trying to get better in the frustrating game of golf.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.