Plaintiffs in a massive fraud and commercial bribery suit against Prudential Life Insurance Co. have asked an appeals court to overturn the appointment of a discovery master, partly because of his $77,265 bill for his first three weeks.

In motion papers filed Aug. 13, they referred to the amount billed by William Hunt as a “princely sum” equal to about half a Superior Court judge’s annual salary.

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