I'm Robert Barnes.
I fight for the underdog and win the impossible.
From small-town East Ridge, Tennessee, to the elite environs of the Eastern Ivy league, Robert Barnes walks among the humble and the haughty. Traveling from the everyday to the esteemed, representing clients fighting for their civil rights and celebrities taking on the IRS, Barnes heeds the advice of his newspaper-throwing father, Walter, who was fond of reminding, "Never judge a man until you've walked a mile in his shoes".
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Barnes vs. Big Banks
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Today, Barnes continues to take on the cause of underdogs, no matter how difficult the odds may appear. Where other lawyers lose 90% of the time, Barnes win more often than not. Fighting for individuals against unethical law firms, corrupt banks, and rogue government agents, Barnes continues the family tradition his great-grandfathers started centuries ago, fighting for the freedoms that founded America.