Before a jury trial that netted $19.1 million for the client, trial lawyer John Zavitsanos had an important assignment for 10 law clerks in his Houston firm.

The clerks methodically called from a list of 600 hotels to ask receptionists to connect them to the room of Ben Lynam, who works as chief actuary of Long Beach, California-based Molina Healthcare Inc.

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