Southwest Airlines attorney Jason Shyung remembers his first trial. He met his client - the owner of a small Sherman construction company being wrongly sued by an employee - only two weeks prior to trial. "He could have lost everything," Shyung said. But Shyung and another young lawyer prevailed in federal court. Six years later, Southwest Airlines called on Shyung in its own potentially devastating crisis, and the young lawyer again prevailed. This is his story . . .
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