Articles Written by Nancy Henderson

Righting Wrongs

The Choctaw Nation’s Michael Burrage makes opioid producers pay

When is a Contractor a Full-Time Employee?

How to classify workers in New York

The Laws Dealing with Special Education in New York

How parents can advocate for the education of a child with special needs

Instrument of Change

Benjamin L. Hall III believes in the power of the written word—and the pen that creates …

How to Pass Off Passwords When You Pass On

Estate planning attorneys in California often include digital assets in documents


How Randy Papetti has freed innocent parents

Nice Being the Boss

“Pay your quarterly taxes” and other lessons from family law attorney Emily Yu

Great Heights

Imposing in stature, litigator David Herzog takes his work—not himself—seriously

The Play’s the Thing

Foster care advocate Jay Paul Deratany fights injustice in the courtroom and on the …

Repairing the World

David Inlander builds bridges between world religions

The Fighter

Trip Walton’s battles in the ring, in the courtroom, and now with Parkinson’s

Collective Wisdom

John Kenney knows how to speak to juries—and country music fans, too


How #MeToo is impacting gender-discrimination cases

How Deborah Greene Colors Her World

The Jacksonville family law attorney draws from her artistic background

For Love of Horses

Daryl Buffenstein spends his downtime on the farm

The Comeback

Business litigator Tammy Meyer rebuilds her career after a devastating illness

Bass Ace

Peter Strand earned his rock ‘n roll stripes in Yipes!

Advocatus Quod Auctor

How Anthony Licata’s Hannibal’s Niece finally saw the light of day

How to Avoid a Discrimination Claim

Illinois employment attorneys share their advice

The Important Aspects of Business Relocation

Advice from Illinois real estate attorneys

5,000 Elvis Cards Can’t Be Wrong

Why Lucian Pera’s annual greeting never gets stamped ‘Return to Sender’

Like Lawyer, Like Daughter

Jere and Julie Beasley work together, argue together

Kit Petersen’s Magic Touch

Though she keeps some ‘fairy dust’ on hand, her real power lies in listening

The Nicest Guy in the Room

M. Michael Stephenson cuts hearts out as politely as possible

‘I’ve Got This’

How civil rights lawyer Dana Kurtz used her legal skills to overcome a family tragedy

Chicago’s Hospitality Lawyer

Larry Eppley helps clients transform historic buildings into high-end hotels

For the People

Nashville plaintiff’s attorney Kathryn Barnett is a fearless advocate for her …

Untangling the Web

The do’s and don’ts of online startups

What Does This Class Action Letter Mean?

St. Louis attorneys have the answer

He Loves to Argue, Period.

The many trials (and few tribulations) of George Corbyn

With Liberty and Health Care for All

What legal issues have arisen in the wake of the Affordable Care Act?

The Conversationalist

Disciplined for talking too much in school, Kathleen Lang now uses those skills to relate to …

In It For the Long Haul

To be a successful child advocate, Megan Watson knows you have to develop long-term …

The Steady Hand

Rick Norris calmly guides his clients—and his aircraft—amidst turbulence

In Their Shoes

Chicago immigration attorney Kai Lo helps his clients by staying true to himself

‘A Tremendous Ability to Do Good’

A Christmas epiphany led Doucet & Associates to help people avoid eviction

The Last Word

Memphis lawyer Bruce McMullen connects with juries—and helped bring the Grizzlies to town

Half a Century and Counting

An oral history of attorneys who have been practicing since the 1950s

How to Lessen the Sting of a Divorce in Missouri

Attorneys' tips for when the family splits

Last Gladiator Standing

Civil rights and employment attorney Deborah L. Gordon gets in the pit

Steady She Is

Marlene Eskind Moses guides clients through the toughest family law struggles

Appeal to Adventure

Susan Ford Robertson attacks appellate cases with the same intensity she honed as a competitive …

Calm in the Storm

Family law attorney Nancy Cross keeps her cool when others don’t

As Memphis as You Can Get

David M. Cook, son of a steamboat captain, challenges juries to ‘cast the first stone’

Ready to Wrangle

Cheryl A. Pilate and Melanie S. Morgan wage all-out war for their clients

The Language of Law

George “Corky” Plews has forged much of the state’s environmental and insurance coverage law

Music Rows

Nashville entertainment lawyer Linda Edell Howard goes to battle for clients

Pillar of Strength

Widowed at 28, Judy Hamilton Morse battled her grief by going to law school. Now she’s one of …

Death Row Defender

Outspoken and caring, Monica Foster is one of the nation’s foremost death penalty attorneys

The Amazing Career of Michael Cody

From guiding billion-dollar public utility arbitrations to indicting the governor to representing …

The Common Man’s Lawyer

Reggie Whitten’s straightforward style results in multimillion-dollar verdicts against the kinds …

A True Gentleman

Birmingham civil defense attorney Mike Atchison believes in treating everyone with dignity

Family Law

After following in the footsteps of her parents, Ann and Ed, Kathleen DeLaney now leads the way

A Sweat-Equity Kind of Job

New Orleans attorney James M. Williams hates to lose and will outwork you to make sure he doesn’t

It’s Not Over Till It’s Over

How Memphis attorney David Siegel learned to never give up on a case

Oh, the Places She’s Been!

Mary Nold Larimore treads new ground in her law practice—and her outdoor adventures

The Baroness of Bankruptcy

Jan Hayden has confirmed bankruptcy plans for casinos, oil companies—and an alligator farm

The Great Communicator

When Leo Bearman Jr. speaks, juries listen

Representing Monsanto

Adam Peck isn't afraid of controversial cases

Fifth-Generation Lawyer

Joseph B. Cheshire V lives up to expectations

Bringing New Orleans Back

Kim Boyle defends her clients—and her hometown

Murderous Spouses, Media Frenzies and a Client Named Snake

Defense lawyer Leslie Ballin has seen it all       

The Coal Miner's Son

Low-key energy lawyer Bruce Cryder is a giant in his field

For the People

Jere Beasley has wrangled some of the state's biggest settlements and forced corporate giants to …

Master of Mediation

John Trimble has earned his reputation as one of the state’s top negotiators

The Born Communicator

From picking cotton to tackling some of the nation’s toughest class action suits, W. James …

Prince the Peacemaker

Prince Chambliss has spent his career breaking barriers

The Relentless Crusader

Ann Oldfather is fiercely loyal­—just ask her clients

The Compassionate Counsel

A “big guy with a big heart,” Mark Ladendorf commands attention—and …

The Perfect Gentleman

For Henry Alsobrook Jr., imagination is everything. That, and fine wine

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