The descendants of J. Seward Johnson, son of the founder ofJohnson & Johnson, have been fighting over his fortune since hisdeath in 1983. In the biggest battle, Johnson’s six childrensettled with his third wife, Basia Piasceka Johnson, by agreeingat the end of a long trial in 1986 to split $500 million.

Since then, new disputes have erupted.

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