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ORANGE COUNTY NEWSWATCH / A SPECIAL REPORT: LAWYERS

May 24, 1993|Mark I. Pinsky

DOUBLEHEADER: The end of June looks like a busy time for one of the county's top litigators. On June 24, Wylie Aitken is set to defend his $2.2-million judgment for Laura Small--the girl attacked by a mountain lion at Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park in 1986--before a state appeals court. Five days later, he is scheduled to try the case of a woman who claims she was disabled in 1989 after taking the drug L-Tryptophan. "On one hand, you have a large, natural predator, while on the other you have a small, man-made substance. It just goes to show that danger comes in all sizes," Aitken says. "

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