Nichols Kaster takes the employees' side
Whether pizza drives or strippers, the team finds satisfaction in sticking up for the little guy.
By his own calculations, Donald Nichols made 50 cents an hour on his first case as a lawyer in private practice, helping tenants sue a shopping center in 1974. "For 10 years I did everything that walked in the door. I did incorporations, I did divorce work — everything I could do," said Nichols, now 68.
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