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80) It concluded that imposing caps on medical malpractice none-conomic damages "directly curtails the jury's determination of damages," effectively changing the right that existed at common law.
The tribunal's determination of damages relied primarily on previous offers made for the Dornod asset, the most important of which, the tribunal stated, was a February 2010 offer by CNNC Overseas Uranium Holding Ltd.
The Tribunal s determination of damages relied primarily on previous offers made for the Dornod asset, the most
In that ruling, The USCAFC affirmed the jury's finding that all 4 of VirnetX's patents are valid, confirmed the jury's finding of infringement of VPN on demand under many of the asserted claims of the '135 and '151 patents, and confirmed the district's court's decision to allow evidence concerning the VirnetX's licenses and royalty rates in connection with the determination of damages.
Considering the second proposition--whether the right to a jury trial "'remain [s] inviolate' when a statutory cap requires courts to reduce the jury's verdict"--the Watts court explained: "if the statutory cap changes the common law right to a jury determination of damages, the right to trial by jury does not 'remain inviolate' and the cap is unconstitutional.
Some of the Shell money is tied to subsequent settlements as well as the court's determination of damages, with 10 percent--after attorney's fees--set aside for the state's expenses.
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THE COURTS RATIONALEWAS THATBECAUSETHE INJURIES SUFFERED BY JUDY WERE IRRELEVANT TO A DETERMINATION OF DAMAGES,THE TRIAL JUDGE DID NOT ABUSE HIS DISCRETION WHEN HE DENIED THE REQUEST FOR THE'EGGSHELL' INSTRUCTION.
The fact that many meritorious claims are not brought to justice in civil litigation systems, primarily due to lack of access to financing, is problematic for a number of reasons, and legal systems have sought to overcome this problem by a variety of means (other than government subsidized legal aid, which is generally limited and under threat of reduction), including legal expense insurance, results-based fees for lawyers, collectivization of claims through class actions, cost-shifting arrangements such as the inclusion of extra-judicial costs in the determination of damages, and "market solutions" such as selling or auctioning claims.
Suit seeks accounting and determination of damages.
The petition details significant conflicts we believe the December 22 decision creates with established precedents governing trial procedure and the determination of damages, and we are concerned that the decision weakens judges' authority to apply appropriate safeguards in future patent trials," said Kevin Kutz, director of public affairs for Microsoft, in a statement.
The measurement proved not to be appropriate for the determination of damages occurring in washing.