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<i>Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, connects with a right to the head of Manny Pacquiao, from the Philippines, during their welterweight title fight in Las Vegas. Mayweather was one of the hottest topics on Facebook in 2015. Photo: John Locher/AP <i /> Floyd Mayweather Jr. (left) connects with a right to the head of Manny Pacquiao during their welterweight title fight in Las Vegas. (Photo: John Locher/Associated Press)

Boxer Manny Pacquiao’s failure to disclose a shoulder injury in the run-up to his 2015 match with Floyd Mayweather Jr. didn’t trigger any legal injury to viewers who paid to watch the fight.

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Ross Todd

Ross Todd is bureau chief of The Recorder in San Francisco. He writes about litigation in the Bay Area and around California. Contact Ross at rtodd@alm.com. On Twitter: @Ross_Todd.

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