Shelter collapse settlement sets records

Potential jurors might have suspected this case was different during voir dire.In addition to the usual questions on bias and conflicts of interest, they were asked if they could sign off on a verdict of $150 million or more, should the evidence support it.“I knew I could deliver on that evidence,” said Patrick Salvi Sr., the managing equity partner and chairman of Salvi, Schostok & …

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