In the Westerns filmed in the early 1900s, directors used a convention that the good guys wore white hats. Moviegoers understood the convention and would instinctively understand for whom they should cheer.
Of course, most lawsuits are complex and include well-meaning people who have an honest disagreement. Exactly who is "in the right" is not obvious. But in many legal disputes, the right side is obvious. Some lawsuits just need to be filed, whether it is to restrain a local government that has overreached even more than usual in its goal to control the lives of its citizens, or a corporate entity that is abusing its market position to harass its less well capitalized competitors.
Though economic realities often prevent lawyers from taking cases they would like to accept, Norred Law has made White Hat Law a priority. In the last year, Norred Law has participated in the following White Hat Law cases.