What appeared to be the epilogue in a hard fought case over a bank’s effort to seize money in an account may actually have been a plot twist that could make lawyers think twice about telling war stories.

After the Connecticut Supreme Court in 2004 threw out the record-setting $352 million verdict against CoreStates Bank in Pioneer Commercial Funding Corp. v. American Financial Mortgage Corp., the lawyers and trial judge appeared at a continuing legal education panel to discuss the case with colleagues.

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