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2014

The Real Lyon

Mesquite personal injury lawyer Ted Lyon has set his sights on the Koch brothers, the Texas prison system and, lately, on marauding packs of wolves

Revisiting Warren Jeffs

Former prosecutors Eric Nichols and Fields Alexander and defense attorney Deric King Walpole revisit the mayhem surrounding the polygamist’s trial

Essentially Allyson Ho

A harp performance at Sandra Day O’Connor’s request came early in a legal career that is hitting all the right notes

‘The Biggest, Baddest, Meanest Dog in the Yard’

If you ask Tony Buzbee, only losers are OK with losing

She’s Got You Covered

Amy Elizabeth Stewart’s favorite things include digging into complex insurance policies, serving as head rainmaker and helping women move out of ‘second chair’

Partners for Life

Husband-and-wife duo Caddell & Chapman commit to their clients and their family

Defending People after the Worst Day of Their Life

Criminal defense attorney Margaret Sind Raben of Gurewitz & Raben shares stories of incorrect paperwork, double jeopardy and the legal definition of a dating relationship

Solid Foundation

Ronald Strote keeps his feet on the ground in his construction law and ADR practice

Something More Than Civil

Darcie R. Brault embodies the Midwestern qualities of Michigan’s labor and employment bar

The Natural

Litigator E. Powell Miller loves the national pastime and has one of his own: winning multimillion-dollar cases

Debt and Taxes

Tax and estate planning attorney Deborah Weber talks eggshell audits, offers in compromise, and why she doesn’t represent tax protesters

Bearing His Name

How E. Stewart Jones Jr. deals with a powerful legacy

When You Say “I Do,” But Now You Don’t

Family law attorney Tom Bittner tells his clients, “It’s never going to hurt me like it hurts you”

Work, Life, Balance

Diane Polscer launched a small law firm when her daughter was three days old

Something Positive from Something Bad

How Personal Injury Law Hooked Don Corson

Smart From the Heart

Employment law attorney Sheila Engelmeier aims to make a difference as pragmatically as possible

From the Red River Valley to the Iron Range

Fergus Falls-based attorney and former state bar president Dick Pemberton of Pemberton Law has tried dozens upon dozens of cases in every corner of the state

There’s No “I” in Greene

Legendary Minneapolis litigator Cliff Greene has made teamwork his legacy