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Oscar Finley had won the building in a lawsuit twenty years earlier. What the address lacked in prestige it sort of made up for in location.

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The senior partner was Oscar Finley, age sixty-two, a thirty-year survivor of the bare- knuckle brand of law found on the tough streets of southwest Chicago. He almost went to jail but instead had an awakening and went to college, then law school. Thirty-two years later, he found it hard to believe that for thirty- two years he'd wasted his career suing for past-due accounts receivable, fender benders, slip-and-falls, and quickie divorces.

But he couldn't afford it. After thirty-two years of lawyering, Oscar Finley couldn't afford much of anything. Wally fancied himself a hardball litigator, and his blustery ads promised all kinds of aggressive behavior.

The ads were not seen in two crucial markets--television and billboards. Oscar refused to spend the money--both types were horribly expensive--and Wally was still scheming. But Oscar wouldn't even pay for a billboard.

Wally had one picked out.

Currently hawking cheap lingerie with a comely ad, Wally had to admit , the billboard had his name and face written all over it. But Oscar still refused.

Oscar picked his up at a now-defunct place that once offered courses at night. Both took the bar exam three times.


Wally had four divorces under his belt; Oscar could only dream. Wally wanted the big case, the big score with millions of dollars in fees. Oscar wanted only two things--divorce and retirement.

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How the two men came to be partners in a converted house on Preston Avenue was another story. Their referee was Rochelle Gibson, a robust black woman with attitude and savvy earned on the streets from which she came. Years earlier, Ms. Overnight, he became a In the major league draft of , the first player chosen from the State of Oklahoma was Ron Williamson.

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It seems Backman, in his To the surprise and dismay of many, ownership was assumed by a 23 year-old college dropout, named Willie Traynor.

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When he reluctantly takes the case of a young man charged with a random street killing, he assumes it is just another of the many senseless murders He's forty-three, newly single, and still enduring the aftershocks of a surprise divorce.

He has a younger brother, Forrest, who redefines the notion of a family's black sheep. And he has a father, a very sick old man who lives alone in the ancestral home in Clanton, Mississippi.

He is known No crowded malls, no corny office parties, no fruitcakes, no unwanted presents. Alisandros had previously caught Varrick marketing faulty drugs, as well as testing their products in third world countries. In all these cases, Varrick preferred to negotiate lucrative compensations for these lawyers' clients, of which the lawyers got a big cut. Alisandros expects the same to happen again: the lawsuits would be concentrated in South Florida , with a federal judge which Alisandros considers amendable; Varrick would negotiate, again reach a settlement out of court and everybody will get rich.

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However, there are some complications which neither Wally nor Alisandros anticipate. The drug works as advertised, it has no ill effects and is unjustly maligned; Varrick has first-rate expert witnesses with impeccable records willing to so testify. With Karros' help, Varrick sets a trap for the mass tort lawyers. They will only pretend to negotiate — their true aim would be to have a jury completely vindicate Krayoxx and deny any kind of tort.

Varrick tries to prevent the Krayoxx case from going to Florida, instead seeking to have the case heard in the jurisdiction of Chicago federal judge Harry Seawright, with whom Rogan Rothberg has ties.

With a large settlement seemingly looming, Oscar hastens to start divorce proceedings against his wife, Paula, with whom had long been at odds, so as to cash out before the big Krayoxx money comes in. He stumbles upon a lead poisoning brain damage case involving the child of Burmese immigrants. Expending his own time and resources on this case, [23] [24] [25] Zinc gathers enough evidence that if only he can find the identity of the American company which imported the child's toxic toys from China he would have an "open and shut" tort case.

Oscar shoots him and adds an unnecessary debilitating shot that shatteres his leg. Also, it becomes clear that Varrick did not seriously intend to negotiate.

Sensibly, Wally seeks to cut the firm's losses and motions to withdraw the tort claims. Varrick obtains the services of a lawyer who specializes in suing other lawyers for malpractice and who is very thorough and effective in his chosen field.

During opening statements , Oscar suffers a myocardial infarction.We knew he was spontaneous and crazy when we met him, but this behavior is not sensible from within the context of the book. If JG really wrote this, I must extrapolate the following: 1. It was a silly book. He gave advice and tried to help when possible, but his greatest role was that of a listener.

Gibson, who had little control over the boys and often prayed for prison. The company appeals to the Mississippi Supreme Court, whose nine justices John Grisham's A Time to Kill is one of the most popular novels of our time. Boutique, as in thoroughly happy to be small, selective, and prosperous. A small thing, I know, but goes to making me think JG didn't touch this text.

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