Unfortunately, lawyers like this are incredibly hard to find.
First, very few lawyers have enough experience trying major business cases. Of course if you ask them they’ll tell you the opposite.
Beware of hiring a lawyer with inadequate trial experience because their instincts will be dull and they’ll make clumsy mistakes.
Also, beware of lawyers who have lots of trial experience, but are combative or flat out reckless. These folks will alienate witnesses, opposing counsel, and—worst of all—judges and juries.
Finally, beware of lawyers who use the same strategy in every case. Their “evergreen strategies” are predictable and ineffective.
The classic “evergreen strategy” is to engage in excessive discovery. Which means requesting every document, deposing every witness, and filing lots of discovery challenges. Note that the excessive discovery strategy is optimized for lawyers, not for clients (i.e. generate lawyer high bills, as opposed to keeping costs reasonable).