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In early June, Messerly said the pro bono consortium was poised to follow Schwebel's lead and file more than 100 pro bono cases against the two companies. Although some consortium clients opted to forgo another potentially lengthy process, Betsy Sathers decided to sue. "I can't imagine going through this process," says Sathers, "without having Chris to walk me through it."

—Ross Todd | July 1, 2009

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