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For new top lawyer at Pratt & Whitney, it's been a steady climb
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Stanley Chesley settled just one case too many.For decades the Cincinnati plaintiffs' lawyer negotiated lucrative ends to big class actions: a $200 million settlement in 1985 for Vietnam War veterans
After a 50-year career as one of the most successful plaintiffs attorneys in the country, Stanley Chesley is facing disbarment. What went wrong
Stanley Chesley settled just one case too many
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