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Tag Archives: Jury Verdict

One that got away (access required)

Russell Reynolds had sat through three weeks of graphic and painful testimony detailing the suffering that his mother endured at a South Carolina nursing home before she died. As the jury neared its fourth hour of deliberations, he had to make a tough decision.

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Tort/Negligence – Misappropriation of Trade Secrets – Civil Practice – Post-Trial Motions – Jury Verdict (access required)

Uhlig LLC v. Shirley Even though the jury verdict does not match the damage figures submitted by plaintiff through its expert witness’ testimony, the jury was not required to return a verdict awarding damages in the precise amounts presented by the expert. The jury was only required to award damages in the amount which it determined to be just and reasonable based on the evidence.

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