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The Trials of Brian Robison

How one little girl taught a good lawyer to be a great man

In April 2005, Brian Robison was in the middle of preparing a major witness for a deposition in a huge international arbitration for one of the world’s largest manufacturers when his secretary asked him to step outside the conference room. Doctors from the Mayo Clinic were on the phone to give him the results of the tests on his then 1-year-old daughter. “The doctors feared that Amelia had an incurable and fatal metabolic disorder,” says Robison. “They said they had no idea what would …

Q&A: Racehorse Haynes

How Richard Haynes kicked a spittoon and launched a legendary career

Somewhere between superlatives—the most charming guy in Texas, the best lawyer in Texas—is an ordinary 82-year-old guy, who just happens to be a legend. Spend a few minutes with him—as you can below—and you’ll see why.   Super Lawyers: How did you get the nickname Racehorse? Richard Haynes: I was in junior high—it was a segregated school—and I was the fastest white kid in my class. It was a better nickname than some of the kids got.   You must be the only lawyer in the …

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