The Mormon leaders of Brigham Young University aren’t exactly a litigious bunch. Their case against Pfizer Inc. over the anti-inflammatory drug Celebrex probably reminded them why. The case dragged on for six years and got ugly, with bitter discovery fights, sanctions threatened and won, and accusations of tainting the jury pool. Two different law firms, Sidley Austin and Winston & Strawn, stepped in to represent Pfizer only to be forced out of the case.
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