From the grumpy Oscar Finley, to the hustling Wallace "Wally" Figg, to the earnest David Zinc, to all the many supporting characters we come across there is more than enough personality to go around. The family splits their time between their Victorian home on a farm in Mississippi and a plantation near Charlottesville, VA. He also casts his lot with a big name litigation firm to try and put some fear into the company. And though there is some corporate maleficence, there are also corporations more accurately, corporate employees…lest we forget that all corporations are composed of individuals that take the high road too.
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It was a fast paced, enjoyable read, that was the perfect start of summer read.
Oscar Finley and Wally Figg are the bickering partners of a small law firm in the South Side of Chicago ; in fact, for much of the time they are just a pair of ambulance chasers. The drug works as advertised, it has no ill effects and is unjustly maligned; Varrick has first-rate experts with impeccable records willing to so testify. However, life changed when Wally Figg found a potential law suit that could change their fortune.
Book review: John Grisham’s “The Litigators” a swerving, stirring retort
I thought perhaps he'd worn out, bored out or his ideas petered out. I get the feeling he had fun writing this one.
Most intriguingly, he began tossing back drinks with characters who would never in gisham lives be played by Tom Cruise. It was fascinating to see how these sorts of things play out, how opportunistic the lawyers in question were, and strategy the corporation used to defend themselves. David Zinc has toiled away at a prestigious law firm in relative obscurity for the last five years.
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I had given up on John Grisham,but I think I will look up some more of his works as a result of this. I loved litigztors development, the dialogue, and the down right plausibility of this all happening.
The audio was great, the book was great, it was all great! My best evidence of this would be some of his more recent efforts, like Playing for Pizza a was I like to think that when it comes to reading, everyone has a guilty pleasure, whether it's a genre, a series, or an author.
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During opening statementsOscar suffers a myocardial infarction. Video is unrelated to the product. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Grisham's more recent novels and it offers an interesting look into the world of the lawyers who make a career out of putting together large class grsham lawsuits in the hope of making fortunes out of the fees involved.
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If they can find a few cases of their own and ride on the coat tails of the big players in a mass claim action suit, they could all be rich. The saving grace, in the last 40 minutes of 11 hours was another fiasco. I noticed there were some single star reviews, and for the life of me, I can't figure out why anyone would give this story a low rating.
Media reporter, gy, producer, guest booker, blogger. Hardcoverpages. What a wonderful ending. In this vein, The Litigators is a fine Grisham read. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Grisham has sprinkled humour throughout this novel. Inhe was elected to the state House of Representatives and served until Maybe they are contracted to put out work on a timetable.
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I enjoyed most of this book until about chapter 25 of something when the magic wore off. Litigatora I overdose on epic fantasy and need something to clear the cobwebs.