In the course of writing about Stan Chesley’s travails, I was curious to find out what happened in the case described in the final paragraph of the National Law Journal’s story about Chesley:
Earlier this month, the Kentucky Court of Appeals vacated a $42 million summary judgment
Over the next few posts, I want to follow up on some earlier posts and also talk about Supreme Court of Appeals decisions that, for one reason or another, I have overlooked.
You may remember that a couple of years ago, as a result of criminal charges that a trio of plaintiffs’
You may remember that Kentucky lawyers Melbourne Mills, Jr., Shirley A. Cunningham, Jr., and William J. Gallion, who were accused of taking an extra $65 million from the settlements of 440 clients they represented in Fen-Phen litigation, were scheduled to go on trial last year.
Last summer, a federal jury acquitted Mills,