First Texaco, then Coca-Cola — next Johnson & Johnson?

That’s the hope of Cyrus Mehri and Johnnie Cochran Jr., the lawyers behind the two biggest racial discrimination settlements ever, $176 million at Texaco Inc. and $192.5 million at The Coca-Cola Company. They’ve now set their sights on Johnson & Johnson, filing suit on behalf of more than 1,000 black and Hispanic employees at the company.

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