CASE: Snider v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., No. 97-1-114; Williamson County Courthouse, Marion, Ill. (A class action charging State Farm with breaching its contract with policyholders in 48 states by directing mechanics to use generic rather than auto manufacturers’ parts.)

OUTCOME: Jury verdict of $456 million. Bench damages award of $730 million.

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