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The Litigators by John Grisham
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Feb 06, 2012

it was ok
Read in February, 2012

I hadn't read a John Grisham in many years. Nothing new here. The two-bit lawyers really are two-bit. Wally and Oscar are completely screwed up, maladjusted adults who slushed their way through the bar exam and now ambulance chasing from an office in a strip mall next to a massage parlor. David Zinc has been a junior slave at a large downtown law firm and one day snaps and decides he is going into small time litigation, no money necessary..right..

Between the three of them they get caught up in big pharmaceutical law as well as a case involving lead paint used in toy making and the hi-jinx, backstabbing and drama ensues.

It makes for a quick weekend or beach read...but mostly...blah...enough said.

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