Grisham Lays Down the Law in 'King of Torts'

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John Grisham's new novel The King of Torts takes a savage view of lawyers who live lavishly on huge contingency fees earned by successful lawsuits against corporate defendants. Grisham speaks with NPR's Scott Simon.

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