A Big Law trial lawyer who focuses on intellectual property cases has won a new trial for a convicted murderer facing dismal odds.
John Cordani Jr. is a member of Robinson+Cole’s business litigation group. He was certainly no novice at pro bono work. He hand defended clients facing charges ranging from breach of peace to murder, when he took on his nineteenth pro bono case in April 2017 on behalf of convicted murderer Eugene Walker.
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