Gross: I know what you're doing. Your firm's bankrupt. You lost my competitor, Patrick Edelstein, so you're looking for another big fish. You know I have a tendency to buy out my irritants, hire firms who sue me, so this... just a little performance piece.
Will: Well, not to toot our own horn, Mr. Gross, but there is strategic advantage in hiring the firm that used to represent your competition. Although we're legally bound by attorney-client privilege, we know how Mr. Edelstein works and we know how to beat him.
Gross: You're right, strategically smart, but, you see, here's the thing, I don't like you, and I intend to go out of my way to never hire you. Nice talking with you.
Will: Look, Mr. Gross, little advice, if you're looking for a good lawyer, don't go with who you like. If I can irritate you like this, just think what I can do to your enemies.
Gross: I'm rich enough not to care.