Thursday, December 23, 2010

2010 Wrap Up: Lawyer of the Year

Let's do something positive for once. Who is your lawyer of the year? Why? Let's try to be nice. The next post is negative, so you'll get your chance.

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

no one has anything.... Bueller? Bueller?

Anonymous said...

Vince Counsul, RIP

Anonymous said...

Which I friggin spelled wrong. Dammit. I hate that you can't edit this. Sorry.

Vince Consul, RIP.

Word verification: jackassthatmeanswell

Anonymous said...

As it is the terrible lawyer that takes the most time to wrangle, I'd say the lawyer of the year is anyone that is reasonable, intelligent, and generally unremarkable. They make things more bearable. So, a general thank you to them for not making cases into pissing contests or confusing rudeness with advocacy. Happy Festivus all!

Anonymous said...

ME ! ! !

Anonymous said...

I am going with the BK Hottie. She has put up with a lot of shit on this blog this year.

Anonymous said...

I'm going with Eglet, because HE's RICH B*TCH! (That's a Dave Chappelle quote for all the kids with their panties in a bunch.)

Anonymous said...

9:09 why don't I ever get you as opposing counsel??

Anonymous said...

franny. but she gets my vote almost every year

Anonymous said...

troy fox, of course

Anonymous said...

Bruce Taylor and Karie Wilson.

Anonymous said...

Chris Oram - criminal

Anonymous said...

Chris Kaempfer. Land use and zoning work has slowed down (practically to a screaching halt) but this guy is still the most well respected attorney at the City Council and County Commission....and from what I've seen, extremely busy even in this down economy.

Anonymous said...

Chris Kaemphfer may be successful but he is not "well respected" -- two different concepts in local government.

Anonymous said...

8:02 I might take your comment seriously, except for the fact that I believe he is well respected by not only his clients, but elected officials, and county/city staff (hence the reason I refer clients to him), on top of the fact that you cannot even spell his last name correctly.

Anonymous said...

dear 11:15 pm:

Sorry, Chris! Glad to see you are working late!

Anonymous said...

Nice guy attorney of the year: Richard Scow

Anonymous said...

Totally agree on Richard Scow

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I mean Richard Scow is amazing. Totally amazing.

Anonymous said...

I nominate the DeCastroverde brothers for sponsoring the Rebel Girls. Such a philanthropic act! Thank you!

P.S. Brilliant marketing!

Anonymous said...

December 23 , 10:58 AM
I am sure you would make a good little NAZI Whoever has the money!!? So lets just pat you on the top of your little swastika for your clever comments and wish you and Eglet a bon voyage ala Bernie Madoff

Anonymous said...

Parviz Heshmati. No question about it.

Anonymous said...

Brian Smith, the PA in lvmc3, did a great job this year.

Anonymous said...

Correction * last year

UK immigration experts said...

Vince Counsul,in my opinion

Anonymous said...

Stacey Roundtree

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I actually know at least 4 really good attorneys out here. None would actually be that bad. Kinda like Pizza. Always either good or ok.


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