Damages cap issue not gone for good
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals about a year and a half ago asked the Mississippi Supreme Court to decide if the state's cap on noneconomic damages was constitutional.
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“Equality for ALL”
Since: Jul 10
#1 Sep 3, 2012
Lets see, the Supreme Court has said that money = speach and cannot be restricted. Corporations, and unions, can spend what ever they want.
But juries cannot tell a corporation they were bad with a loud and clear statement by the ammount that company needs to pay.
Sounds like companies want to resrict the free speech rights of juries.
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