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Updated: 5/14/2012 6:18 am
      The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear an appeal from a group of people
sickened by the diet-drug fen-phen who say that a $42 million judgment awarded
to them from their one-time attorneys should be reinstated.
      The high court has set oral arguments in the case for June 13 at
11 a.m. in Frankfort.
      The case stems from a lawsuit brought by former clients of three
now-disbarred lawyers who once represented them in a $200 million
      Former clients of attorneys William Gallion, Shirley Cunningham
Jr., and Melbourne Mills claim the men improperly kept a
significant portion of the funds, while keeping clients in the dark
about the full amount of the agreement to end the litigation.
      Gallion and Cunningham, one-time owners of champion racehorse
Curlin, are serving federal prison sentences.
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