Hard covered book titled UNDUE INFLUENCE, THE EPIC BATTLE FOR THE JOHNSON & JOHNSON FORTUNE by David Margolick, 1993, First Edition, 624 pages.
In the annals of American law, there had never been a case quite like this one. On one side was the volcanic, voluptuous ex-servant girl who stood to inherit over four hundred million dollars. Desperately trying to discredit her claim were six greedy, middle aged multimillionaires, euphemistically described as "children." Also jousting against each other were their lawyers, representing several of New York's most prestigious law firms. And presiding over the case was surely one of the most eccentric, flamboyant judges ever to grace a courtroom. Filled with "suprise" witnesses, suspicious testimony, and unsavory legal dealings, this book is an enlightening and scorching examination of both the foibles of the rich and famous and the state of American law today; it is a spellbinding real-life legal thriller.
This book is in VG condition, pages clean and intact, and the binding is tight. Don't miss having this book in your library!