"The service of Edward Stopher was delivered with great competence and confidence. His knowledge and expertise were invaluable to us in dealing with our most complex and challenging legal matters. Both he and his firm are always highly professional, efficient, and effective."
"Ed is our top railroad defense attorney, specializing in cases involving chemical exposure, but he has also tried a variety of railroad matters to successful verdicts. His reports are very succinct and prepared according to our timetable. He is extremely well respected in the legal community. We have worked together for over 15 years and he always is very professional, friendly, thorough, and imaginative in crafting defenses in our suits."
"Edward Stopher is a consummate storyteller. Juries love him."
"Ed Stopher is one of the most talented and capable trial attorneys in the United States. He is a "down-in-the-trenches" trial lawyer with numerous major jury trials under his belt. He works exceptionally well with clients and prepares thoroughly. He is a gifted storyteller and juries find him engaging and credible. He has many large national and international clients who have been loyal to him for decades."
"I have worked with Mr. Stopher on a number of matters over a period of several years. In that time, I have found the quality of his legal representation of our company to be both exemplary and efficient. Perhaps most impressive has been his consistent understanding of the relationship between our goals as a business and the potential ramifications of each particular case."
"Ed Stopher is the ultimate gentleman in representing his client, but also has the ability to be a tireless and devoted advocate. His demeanor toward the judges is very cordial and deferential, but all his arguments are presented so well that he gives the judges no choice but to agree with his position. I have worked with Mr. Stopher for 11 years and have always found him open, candid, charismatic, and a good person to socialize with. He brings this same demeanor to the courtroom and easily establishes rapport with the jury and court staff. He is also extremely intelligent and devoted to his client. He fairly presents both sides of the case, but once the decision is made on how to proceed he will do his utmost to represent the client. His correspondence is well written, concise, and able to communicate his point without sending a multi-page document."