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Stanley and Susan Rosenblatt are entrepreneurs of the first order, there’s no doubt about that. But would we want them as our lawyer? The pair will receive almost $50 million in legal fees and costs for their work on behalf of a class of some 60,000 airline personnel who allegedly suffered injuries to their health from exposure to involuntary second-hand smoke onboard aircraft while working. But the class itself gets no cash, just the establishment of a research foundation with a $300 million endowment to study the effects of second-hand smoke. Zowie

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