January, 1995 — Verdict: The jury in Fentress et al vs Eli Lilly finds 9:3 for Lilly. Lilly takes the opportunity to publicize the verdict as a vindication of Prozac. Judge John Potter is suspicious that the case was actually settled behind the scenes, and launches a series of actions to determine the truth. He files a motion to change his own post-trial order from "dismissed after verdict" to "dismissed as settled". This places the Justice in a position where he is now a defendant, but it forces Lilly into a defensive position and ends their public declarations of exoneration.