How Great Lawyers Win Bad Cases

By Vidya Kauri (December 22, 2015, 6:58 PM EST) -- Lawyers who can take seemingly impossible cases and turn them around for high-profile wins may be the envy of those who shy away from such cases, but they say their skills are not necessarily innate character traits and can be learned.

Law360 spoke with some of the toughest litigators in both civil and criminal areas and at the trial and appellate levels who won notoriously bad cases that looked like a lost cause to their colleagues. Their wins surged through the legal community and they enjoy a reputation as hardy negotiators who don't cave in to unreasonable demands from opposing counsel....

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