Bert Deixler had coached his client, Jack White, about how to present himself on the first day of trial in a recent copyright case: Dress as if you were going to church.

Instead, White, of the minimalist rock band the White Stripes, showed up wearing his trademark black, white and red color scheme: a black pinstripe suit, black shirt and tie and a black bowler hat with a red feather.

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