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The 2016 Elite Trial Lawyers

The National Law Journal

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ALM is pleased to announce its 2016 Elite Trial Lawyers report, recognizing law firms that achieved high-dollar recoveries for clients and that did some of the most creative and significant work on the plaintiffs side.

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  • anon

    This is a fairly useless article, and has a misleading title--"Elite Trial Lawyers". The article should be titled "Luckiest Plaintiff‘s Attorneys". The dollar amount of verdicts obtained in personal injury is often not directed by the skill of the attorneys but by the type of injury and the whimsy of the jury/factfinder. It‘s more like a lottery. My law school civil procedure professor used to call this the "burned baby case"--be retained for a case involving a burned baby will mean exponentially greater verdict than one where the injuries are more pedestrian. You can do better than this, NLJ.

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