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A high-profile lawyer whose firm was paid more than $1 billion for helping negotiate a settlement with tobacco companies in the mid-1990s will earn a far more modest paycheck for his work on Mississippi’s accord with State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. over Hurricane Katrina damage.

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