Tag Archives: appeals from jury verdicts

Defamation: Gawker, freedom of the press, & big jury verdicts

A few days ago I responded to a Q by a friend of mine. He asked why HuffingtonPost articles were dominated by lists. What was this thing with lists? I felt ever so hip when I told him that, yeah, … Continue reading

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“Jury in the Bronx Awards $45 Million for a Death After Surgery”

Edward Beloyianis was paralyzed at 14 as a result of a spinal operation at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. He died eight years later of complications of the paralysis. Source New York Times: Jury in the Bronx Awards $45 Million … Continue reading

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The top New York jury verdicts in 2014

The New York Law Journal generally doesn’t give me full articles, but today they did. Actually, it’s much more than an article and should please all readers who get to Sidebar by searching with terms such as “How much is … Continue reading

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