He was my opponent.
He was my adversary.
He was the defense attorney
I was the plaintiff's attorney.
He was vigorously defending his client.
I did the same.
During a break in jury selection, he said something to me that I remember more than twenty years later.
He said "You are the richest man in the world."
He wasn't talking about money.
He wasn't talking about material wealth.
He wasn't talking about material posessions like cars, houses, jewelry, clothing or other outward expressions of wealth.
Instead, he was talking about something much more important.
Watch the video to learn what he was talking about.