Multimillion-dollar contingency fee recoveries weren't enough to keep Robinson & Cole and the chairman and founder of its prominent mass torts group together. As with other high-end plaintiff practices operating within large defense-oriented law firms, client conflicts eventually convinced Alex H. MacDonald to take the reputation he gained from brokering a record-breaking fen-phen settlement and join forces with two high-profile Philadelphia trial lawyers to form MacDonald Rothweiler Eisenberg.
High-End Plaintiffs Cases an Uneasy Fit at Defense Firms
The Connecticut Law Tribune
November 8, 2006
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