LawFuel.com – Lead story – The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a $9.9 million punitive damage award against Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, finding that Gibson Dunn acted with “actual malice” in suing an art expert who declared a painting with the signature of C.M. Russell was done by Olaf C. Seltzer, thus greatly reducing its value. The firm’s use of the judicial system amounted to “thuggery” said the Court. Wow. Strong language.