Jurors side with Garth Brooks in hospital naming-rights lawsuit
A jury has awarded Garth Brooks $1 million in a civil dispute involving the country music entertainer and a naming-rights' promise he said was made by Integris Rural Health Inc., the largest health-care system in Oklahoma. In awarding the fraud claim, the jury of nine women and three men found that Integris acted in "reckless disregard" and "intentionally with malice toward others."
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