Paul Anapol, one of the founders of plaintiffs law firm Anapol Schwartz, was known for the standard of perfection he demanded in his work product on behalf of injured clients.

Joel Feldman, a shareholder in Anapol Schwartz, recounted that, when he became Anapol’s assistant in 1982 and turned his first assignment in to Anapol, before Anapol even reviewed it, “he looked at me, ‘Is it the absolutely best product you can do?’”

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