Tall, handsome, and corporate, Patrick Byrne is not the Las Vegas lawyer of lore. He's not famous like Oscar Goodman, who, according to his official biography, showed up in the mid-sixties with $87 and a University of Pennsylvania law degree, and proceeded, according to his unofficial biography, to become counsel to Meyer Lansky and Tony the Ant Spilotro, before getting elected mayor. Nor is he infamous like the fictional Tom Hagen, who moved to Vegas on behalf of his one and only client who wanted to
Betting on Vegas
The American Lawyer
August 1, 2005
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