The New York Times feature of ABK Law Managing Partner Arthur Aidala covers everything from Arthur’s roots in a closely-knit Sicilian-American family in Brooklyn to his high profile cases to his passion for seeing that the justice system is fair and balanced for even people who are reviled in what used to be known as the court of public opinion (and now is best described as social media). Arthur’s approach has won him acclaim among some of the most noted jurists in the country. such as the late United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
“Even when there are few cameras around, Arthur L. Aidala, 54, is camera-ready, dressed in a light-blue pinstripe suit with a purple pocket square and tie on a sunny June day. He’s a lawyer who welcomes press attention, but on this particular day he was worried about the way it can make a difficult job harder.”
As Rosman notes:
“Being an effective defense lawyer — doing what even opposing counsel would call a good and thorough job — requires understanding the role clearly.”
Read the full article on the New York Times website: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/09/business/arthur-aidala-lawyer.html
Katie Rosman is a features reporter who covers a range of topics including media and celebrity. She joined the Times in 2014. @katierosman