The Unfair Sex: Richard calls out Ally on believing this trope, as she was okay with a bride having an affair before a marriage, but not the groom.
One of the two initial senior partners at Cage and Fish. Played by Peter MacNichol
Adorkable: Even more than Ally. Women who feel attracted to him find him adorably weird.
Bunny-Ears Lawyer: One of the best examples in television. His legal defences are brilliant, and he's downright odd.
Character Tic: He has an absurdly high number of them — his nose whistles, stammering "Poughkeepsie", his face above his lips shakes when he thinks about women's "moustaches", he has to be barefoot when preparing his closing arguments, he smiles intensely (a part of his therapy), has a personal song, he hangs in his office as a bat, he has to have a fresh toilet bowl, he has a secret small room in the office (don't ask where), and so on.
In-Series Nickname: "Biscuit". It's a very old nickname from school. Elaine would use it from time to time.
Iron Lady: To which both Ally and Nelle admire her for.
Pet the Dog: Volunteers at an old folk's home, and went out of her way to make Elaine feel better after she lost in a contest.
Refuge in Audacity: Convinces a dying boy that he can sue God, yells at handicapped people for getting all of the good parking spaces, pretends to be blind and causes car accidents to cross a street, and it goes on.