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November 30, 1998 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
On Oct. 20, 1996, Bob and Marietta Marich received a phone call that is a parent's worst nightmare: According to a Los Angeles Police Department officer, their 27-year-old son, Michael, was dead of an apparent drug and alcohol overdose.
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August 3, 2001 | Howard Rosenberg
I won't keep you in suspense. The bad guys won. On paper, it seemed like a no-brainer: good against evil, ordinary folks and their populist attorney operating on a shoestring against a giant corporation with the money and arsenal to grind them to dust. It was lump-in-the-throat movie time, when music crescendos as bloodied underdogs limp off proudly into the sunset after kicking Goliath's butt. Only it didn't happen that way, Marich vs. MGM Inc.
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August 3, 2001 | Howard Rosenberg
I won't keep you in suspense. The bad guys won. On paper, it seemed like a no-brainer: good against evil, ordinary folks and their populist attorney operating on a shoestring against a giant corporation with the money and arsenal to grind them to dust. It was lump-in-the-throat movie time, when music crescendos as bloodied underdogs limp off proudly into the sunset after kicking Goliath's butt. Only it didn't happen that way, Marich vs. MGM Inc.
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November 30, 1998 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
On Oct. 20, 1996, Bob and Marietta Marich received a phone call that is a parent's worst nightmare: According to a Los Angeles Police Department officer, their 27-year-old son, Michael, was dead of an apparent drug and alcohol overdose.
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