What lawyer is so famous that the first page of his website features not his firm's name, but a gigantic close-up of his face? Even more, he's so famous he can actually pull it off?
Need some hints? First, it's not Fred Baron, who though famous by many standards, features only a tasteful headshot of himself on his firm's website.
Second, it's not Rush Limbaugh. Good guess, since I'm obviously thinking of someone who's not afraid to display his ego. But Rush isn't a lawyer, dummy.
Third, some biographical hints about the winning answer: he had a long career as a civil defense lawyer before switching to the plaintiffs' side, he published a book of poetry, and he once obtained a mega-million verdict against McDonald's (having nothing to do with coffee).
The prize? The first winning answer will receive five complimentary copies, bound in tasteful blue, of my all-but-forgotten monograph: Compulsory Consolidation of Commercial Arbitration Disputes, St. Louis University Law Journal, Vol. 33, No. 2 (1989). (A little dry, but featuring more than 100 footnotes.)
If you think looking at Riddle #1 might help you figure out the answer (it probably won't), the link is here.