Tell us about your biggest client wins this year. While Douglas Wigdor believes it is always difficult to isolate the “biggest” client win, he is particularly proud of the work that Wigdor continues to do in connection with the firm’s representation of two clients regarding Harvey Weinstein. One of those clients has been working with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and is expected to testify at the upcoming criminal trial in January. The other client has, to her credit, steadfastly refused to accept the paltry settlement that has been floated but which does not hold Harvey Weinstein or the directors of The Weinstein Co. accountable for its actions.

What’s the best lesson you learned as a young lawyer? Always go back to the actual statute and rules rather than relying on secondary sources or even court cases.

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