On the losing end of the largest trademark verdict in history, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Inc. is taking the offensive and alleging major misconduct by plaintiffs’ counsel during last year’s trial over the name “Trovan.”

A mistrial motion now before U.S. District Judge Lourdes Baird in Los Angeles states the judge was the victim of a set-up designed to make jurors believe she favored the wealthy corporate defendant, Pfizer.

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