Nixon Peabody could collect $27.5M fee for wrestling $110M in excess premiums from LGC
After four years of court battles and lobbying in New Hampshire, Nixon Peabody lawyers could eventually reap as much as $27.5 million in contingency fees for helping medical malpractice policyholders in the state secure $110 million in excess premiums paid to a quasi-governmental insurance fund.
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