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Defense in $10.5M case claims juror bias, lawyer misconduct (access required)

Defense lawyers have come out swinging with a scathing set of post trial motions attacking the plaintiffs’ lawyer who scored a record-setting Charlottesville wrongful death verdict. Matthew B. Murray of Charlottesville won an award of more than $10.5 million for family members of a 25-year-old nurse killed in a collision with a concrete truck. The defense ...

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  1. Mr. Tafuri should take his beat down like a man and stop all the whining and unprofessional attacks on the jury foreperson and opposing counsel. With respect to the juror from Meals on Wheels, one would not expect Matt Murray to know every non-profit organization with which the Allen Allen marketing department has ties.

  2. Desparate times apparently call for defamatory measures. Congrats Matt on the verdict–and taking the high road.

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