Libman-Sacks endocarditis

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Lib·man-Sacks en·do·car·di·tis

n. Libman-Sacks, endocartitis verrugosa no bacteriana que se asocia con lupus eritematoso diseminado.
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Brattle principals Coleman Bazelon and Benjamin Sacks, senior associate Jeremy Verlinda, and research analysts Matt O'Keefe, Katie Lee, Sarah Griffis, Lillian Rusk, Stephen Lagos, Stephen Kline, David Smythe, and Jieming Li supported attorneys Danielle Conley, Jonathan Paikin, Kelly Dunbar, Tania Faransso, and Lynn Eisenberg of WilmerHale on this matter.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- The Brattle Group announced today that economist Benjamin Sacks assisted plaintiff Teachers' Retirement System of Louisiana (TRSL) in reaching a record settlement of $115 million on behalf of American International Group (AIG).
Benjamin Sacks, age 11, grade six, a home schooler from Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, earned third-place honors.