Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Judge orders ex-attorney to help pay $42M judgment in plaintiffs' fen-phen litigation

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"After nearly a decade of court battle, a Kentucky judge ruled earlier this week that former Cincinnati practitioner Stan Chesley, 78, is responsible for the unpaid portion of the $42 million judgment, the Courier-Journal reports. . . . .
Chesley, who was entitled to $14 million under a contingent contract but was paid more than $20 million for settling the case, faced a separate civil case for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. That resulted in the ruling this week in Boone County Circuit Court."  More.

Originally posted by Martha Neil on Aug 5, 2014 in the ABAJounal

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