Freedman Boyd Hollander Goldberg Urias & Ward’s dogged perseverance was instrumental in securing $1.06 billion for plaintiffs in the intricate urethane antitrust litigation last year.

Lead trial counsel Joe Goldberg of the eight-lawyer Albuquerque firm said the plaintiffs’ team spent years amassing evidence that The Dow Chemical Co. participated in a price-fixing conspiracy involving the chemicals. Goldberg said his closing “summarized the important evidence and associated that evidence with the questions that the jury was going to have to answer.” The court cut the $1.2 billion verdict to $1.06 billion to account for settlements.

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