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Further, generally speaking, both states favor the award of prejudgment interest as a means of making the plaintiff whole.
The damages sought by the Insurers included $221,861,243.69 in claims paid out pursuant to insurance policies, $305,737,641 in claims paid out pursuant to reinsurance policies, $3,186,499.40 in claims paid to airline clients through the Associated Aviation Underwriters (AAU) insurance program, $8,572,527.43 in adjustment costs and expenses incurred in connection with each covered claim under their insurance policies, $226,638 in attorneys' fees, and prejudgment interest from September 11, 2001 to the date of entry of judgment.
The settlement calls for Ellerin to pay disgorgement of $15,054, the amount of her ill-gotten gains, plus prejudgment interest of $770, and a civil penalty of $15,054.
Prejudgment of a matter prior to the close of the evidence or
After reading "A matter of prejudgment,'' (editorial, Telegram & Gazette, Nov.
11, ASC Bulding Products is claiming breach of contract and seeking payment, finance and interest charges, attorney costs and fees, prejudgment interest and additional relief as the court deems just and equitable.
The defendant appeals that decision,3 contending that the trial justice erred in: (1) denying the defendant's motion for a new trial on the claim of maintenance and cure because the trial justice, sua sponte, gave what the defendant considers to be an improper instruction to the jury with respect to 'unearned wages;' (2) granting the plaintiff a new trial on the issues of negligence under the Jones Act and breach of the warranty of seaworthiness because, in the defendant's view, the trial justice 'overlooked' and 'misconstrued' testimony, resulting in a decision which was 'clearly wrong;' and (3) applying Rhode Island's prejudgment interest statute, as codified in G.L.
However, one of the ongoing problems that aquaculture products must overcome is the prejudgment of taste.
Lawyers for the plaintiffs said that the judgment, which includes $1.48 billion in damages and nearly $1 billion in prejudgment interest, was the biggest ever following a securities fraud class action trial.
On May 8, 2013, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas entered a final judgement in the company's favour on the arbitration award in the aggregate amount, including prejudgment interest, of 28,464,513.
However, Keith also stated that the District Court had failed "to consider the case-specific factors," and therefore abused its discretion in deciding to award a prejudgment interest rate of 0.12%.