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If a Goliath-sized case showed up on your doorstop, should David-sized firms take it?
In her post, "Small Firms Fighting Big Companies," Carolyn Elefant lays down a tough question for small firms with her usual frankness. Her case study? An article on Kansas City attorney Lon Walters and his plaintiffs' litigation against BP Amoco.
Elefant takes note of two former U.S. Attorneys, in fact, who eschewed BigLaw to pursue the lives of litigators. Read more in "U.S. AGs Decide to Shingle."
Posted by Laurel Newby on November 28, 2005 at 02:15 PM | Permalink
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