Most Effective Lawyers 2012

, Daily Business Review

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The Troubles of years passed eased a bit as law firms recalibrated business plans, signed up laterals and in some cases, took the merger route and got married. Some veteran lawyers, meanwhile, abandoned the perceived security of Big Law and started their own new firms from scratch.

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  • Jack Thompson

    Raoul Cantero was "effective" in 2012? Really? Ask Hank Adorno how "effective" he was in convincing the Supremes that Hank "is incapable of being unethical."

    Thanks for the laugh. What's next? A Reduction of the Deficit Award for President Obama?

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