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Holden Holliway

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Bio:
Holden Holliway is one of the partners in the law firm Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway (GLK&H). During a trial he and his lawyers Mallory Book and Augustus 'Pug' Pugliese came up against She-Hulk as the prosecuting attorney. In fact, Holliway had actually planned to come up against She-Hulk in court to see how she handled herself. She-Hulk initally won the case in court, but Mallory Book was able to get a mistrial granted on the grounds that She-Hulk saving the world biased the jury. She-Hulk was quickly let go from her current job.

Holliway tracked her down and offered her a job at his firm... with one condition. That she appear as Jennifer Walters, the "sharp attorney with a keen focused mind" not She-Hulk the "flighty, free-spirited adventurer." She-Hulk agreed and joined the firm.

GLK&H's specialty was superhuman law, which is where Holliway put Jennifer Walters to work (to her dismay at first).

It turned out that Holliway had started the new legal division, pioneered the field of superhuman law and brought She-Hulk on board all so that he could find his granddaughter Southpaw who had gone missing sometime before hand. It worked. Southpaw was captured by The New Warriors and was sent to The Big House (Hank Pym's experimental prison where the supervillain criminals are shrunken to more managable sizes). Holliway and She-Hulk got Southpaw released and Holliway placed Southpaw in She-Hulk's custody.

When Titania possessed the Infinity Gem of Power and destroyed the building where She-Hulk and the other staff members of GLK&H were living, Southpaw took the opportunity to finally sneak away (taking along with her the head of a Mad Thinker robot that Awesome Andy had kept after destroying the rest of the body back at The Big House).

Holliway took a leave from the firm and has been searching for his granddaughter ever since. His current whereabouts are currently unknown.

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First Appearance: She-Hulk (2004) #1

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Issue Appearances:
She-Hulk (2004)
She-Hulk (2005)
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003)

Group Affiliation(s):
Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway (GLK&H)

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