In this special report, we look at the 100 highest jury verdicts of 2011, as reported by affiliate VerdictSearch based on its surveys of the nation’s courts, reports from attorneys and reporting by ALM Media LLC publications. No. 1 was an eye-popping $150.4 billion against a man who, at age 13, doused an 8-year-old with gasoline and set him on fire. Plus, winning litigators at five law firms discuss their trial strategies; in the first high court face-off over the Affordable Care Act, the justices will weigh whether the challenges can proceed at all in light of a once obscure federal statute; and publishers are test-driving litigation strategies to combat e-book piracy.
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