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Goodyear To Fight $2.7M Sanction Alone As Attys Settle Out

Law360, New York (October 17, 2016, 8:55 PM EDT) -- A former Goodyear coordinating counsel and a Fennemore Craig PC lawyer hit with a $2.7 million discovery sanction set to be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court have settled out of a case brought by a family injured in a motor home crash, leaving the tire giant to make its case in the high court alone.

A Maricopa, Arizona, judge approved a pair of settlements for Basil J. Musnuff and Fennemore Craig attorney Graeme Hancock, dismissing both defendants without prejudice. In his Oct. 7 orders, Superior Court Judge John Hannah Jr. also left in place a previous order sealing records of the...

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