Novelist Patricia Cornwell Wins $51 Million in Fiduciary Duty Lawsuit

Mystery novelist Patricia Cornwell has been awarded $51 million in damages by a Boston jury, which found that her financial management company had been negligent of their fiduciary duty. The award-winning novelist won $50.9 million in damages in a federal court in Boston. She had filed a lawsuit against her former financial management company, claiming in her lawsuit that the company, Anchin, Block and Anchin LLP, and its former principal Evan Snapper had been negligent in the handling of her finances.…

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