Allen Ruby steps into the ring with Silicon Valley's biggest firms. But don't expect an army of associates to follow him into court -- he heads a four-lawyer firm. And if you're looking for him at lunchtime, try his car out in the parking lot. He uses the backseat as an office. "He's there eating his sandwich and reading a brief," says class action lawyer Joseph Cotchett. After the break, "the brief may have ketchup on it, but he's written it, he's read it and it's brilliant."
A (Poorly) Hidden Gem
November 4, 2003
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