What is winning?
Most people think that, for a lawyer, winning means getting a huge verdict or having a criminal defendant found "not guilty." But, in reality, "winning" means achieving the client's goals. I means doing the job the client hired us to do. Yesterday, ML attorney, Sameera Ali, tried a partition suit in which our client, who bought a house with his former girlfriend while they were dating was sued to have the house sold and the proceeds divided between them. For the client, this was his home and he didn't want to sell, yet he didn't have the money to buy her out at the amount she was demanding and, thanks to rising interest rates, he couldn't even refi to pay her off.
Sameera went in there and proved that the ex girlfriend's demand was unreasonable and that her portion didn't amount to nearly as much as she was claiming. Then, she got the judge to order that the client be permitted to buy her out, and gave him plenty of time to raise the money to do so.
That's a solid victory. At Magner Law, that's what we do.