Q: How do i find out if someone really won a 13 million$ lawsuit?
A: Perform a public records search in the jurisdiction where the case was claimed to have been filed. If there was a judgment, it will be public record unless sealed.
A: If there was a judgment entered it will be a public record. The easiest way to search the public records is to go to a court house and do search of the parties to the case. Many court houses have computers available which you can search public records like court dockets. If the clerks have time they may help you out with this as well.
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