Todd Court shares lighthearted competitiveness with attorney fatherpublished in The Journal Record | June 21, 2007
The lighthearted competitiveness shared by McAfee & Taft attorney Todd Court and his father, Leonard Court of the law firm of Crowe & Dunlevy, were featured in article by Journal Record reporter Marie Price entitled “Legal Lineage.”
Both Courts are labor and employment attorneys with their respective firms, and both represent employers exclusively. Although they have never opposed each other on a case, both said they would like to work on a case together as co-counsel some day.
Outside of work, their competitiveness extends to another type of court — the tennis court. As tennis partners, the father-son duo were once top-ranked in the men’s 4.0 doubles division in a six-state region.