With 64 oral arguments under his belt, Mayer Brown partner Andrew Frey has argued more cases to the Supreme Court than any other lawyer currently in private practice. Now he's preparing for what may be the biggest — and most unpopular — argument of his career, representing a West Virginia coal company accused, in effect, of buying a state Supreme Court justice through campaign donations while its case was pending before that court. Arguing for the politically incorrect side "makes it more fun," he says.
Judge conflict case tests high court veteran
February 18, 2009
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