Analysis

In State Farm Trial, Veiled Donations May Stoke Juror Anger

Law360 (August 31, 2018, 10:46 PM EDT) -- Groups with ties to State Farm strategized to avoid disclosing contributions that ended up in the campaign coffers of a judge who ultimately helped knock down a $1 billion judgment against the insurer, according to a trove of documents that may serve the important role of outraging jurors in a trial starting Tuesday even if it doesn't turn out to show illegal acts, experts say.

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