A federal judge in Colorado has hit Seyfarth Shaw and its client, Stryker subsidiary Howmedica Osteonics Corp., with a $70,000 discovery sanction on top of more than $2.2 million in attorney fees, $446,000 in prejudgment interest and $98,000 in costs.

In a Nov. 14 opinion, U.S. Senior District Judge R. Brooke Jackson of the District of Colorado issued the judgment in favor of plantiffs ORP Surgical and ORP President Lee Petrides, who sued Howmedica alleging corporate raiding and breach of contract.

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