This is nothing more than attempted extortion dressed up in a lawsuitLawyer in Osteen case: Suit is 'extortion' Aug 07, 2008
We are convinced the conclusions in Mitchell's report are wrong and are investigating the findings ourselvesClemens lawyer to look into steroid charge Dec 26, 2007
What the hell is the U.S. interest in bringing felony charges here for hunting on Russian soil, where not one single person has complainedSiberian moose could be trouble for oilman Jul 20, 2007
This brings the curtain down on a sad, tragic period in American jurisprudenceU.S. drops prosecution of Arthur Andersen Nov 23, 2005
The incredible irony in this case is that we are being prosecuted based on evidence that we preserved and gave to the governmentAndersen: conviction ends audit practice Jun 16, 2002
Russell (Rusty) Hardin, Jr. (born on October 6, 1941, in Durham, North Carolina) is an American attorney and head of the Houston law firm Rusty Hardin & Associates, P.C. which he established in 1996.
Hardin is a 1965 graduate of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. He went on to earn his law degree in 1975 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
During the Enron scandal, Hardin represented the accounting firm of Arthur Andersen. His efforts resulted in the US Supreme Court unanimously overturning the firm's conviction of obstruction of justice in 2005.