Florida attorney Willie E. Gary calls himself “a praying lawyer.”

He likewise bills himself as the “new sheriff in town” when it comes to representing three plaintiffs jettisoned by the firms that had been working with eight current or former co-workers in their bias suit against Coca-Cola Co. (Abdallah v. The Coca-Cola Co., No. 1-98-CV-3679 (N.D. Ga. April 12, 2000.)

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