In his recent book, In Contempt, Christopher Darden writes of a meeting before the opening statements: "The whole Dream Team was there, seated gleefully around the room. Nine very expensive suits. As I looked around the room, I wondered what the criteria could be for admittance to this team. Among the frontline attorneys, the only thing they seemed to have in common was their penchant for defending spoiled, nasty rich people and their ability to attract and create publicity."