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Posted January 31, 2008 by nacho in US Embargo

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Morgan Lewis & Bockius Wednesday defeated a $20 million breach of contract claim brought by a former client.

The 12 jurors in Brodie v. Morgan Lewis came back just before noon after 3 1/2 hours of deliberations over two days. They were unanimous in their defense verdict.

While the jury found that Bro-Tech Corp.—operating as Purolite—and its owners Don and Stefan Brodie properly brought the suit within the four-year statute of limitations, they said Morgan Lewis did not breach its contract with the Brodies by advising them to continue selling their water filtration products to companies in Cuba.

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