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Mark Lanier, teaching a Christianity class in Houston, is a lawyer and preacher.

He's taking on Vioxx maker on its home turf

Lawyer's winning Texas style to be tested in New Jersey

By Diedtra Henderson
Globe Staff / February 26, 2006

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HOUSTON -- When the lawyer who won a $253 million judgment against Merck & Co. in August begins his next Vioxx trial tomorrow, he will leave little to chance. From the first word, Mark Lanier wants the jurors' attention. By the final one, he wants their vote. (Full article: 1637 words)

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