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In all likelihood, the answer to your question is no. However, if when John Doe was held liable for $740K evidence became available, that was not available with the trust, trustee, etc., were dismissed on pre-trial motions, then in theory, a new suit could be filed against those dismissed entities.
The only basis for the new suit would have to either be rooted in new evidence or fraud on the part of the dismissed parties to the action that led to their dismissal in the first place.
In the vast majority of cases, however, the answer to your question would be no.
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