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The appeals court ruling in the State Farm case means that attorneys can ask potential jurors about their financial interests in an insurance company in open court, not only in the jury room. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Providing guidance on the rules for jury selection in trials involving an insurer’s interest, the Georgia Court of Appeals this week reversed a 2015 verdict that was favorable to State Farm.


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