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  • marpha
    Rather nice and relevant decision for $VRNG from EDTex here: http://goo.gl/rfUy9
    12/11/12
    Reply (8)
    • superdaemon: Thank you for sharing Marpha. I wonder if Jury errors are as common as medical practice errors in this country.
      12/11/12
    • realornot: Ok, can I see your Left eye please! I am giving u a free health assessment. much better than Obamacare that will cost you an arm & leg.
      12/11/12
    • superdaemon: By the way, is this a decision that could be referenced as a possible precedent? I don't know how federal courts work.
      12/11/12
    • marpha: Someone would need to research it more than I have. This is a trial decision.
      12/12/12
    • marpha: Tyer v. Envtl., 1997 U.S. App. LEXIS 19101 (Fed. Cir. 1997)(courts have broad discretion under R. 60 to correct errors in verdict forms)
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    • superdaemon: I guess the question is wether JJ can safely assume an error on the form.
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    • marpha: yup. strikes me that with GOOG's argument, appeal is guaranteed
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    • marpha: Technically, it's not additur but GOOG would argue it was factual not matter of law. Other thing JJ could do is order partial new trial...
      12/12/12