In-depth analysis unveils trial lawyers’ staggering advertising and political spending, exposing tactics used to shape public opinion and legal outcomes.
Ford Motor Co. v. Hill
(Ga. Ct. App., filed January 19, 2024): Arguing that the “death penalty” sanctions in this case defies any test of proportionality. The sanctions did not address the availability of lesser sanctions. It imposed issue preclusion with respect to matters wholly unrelated to the conduct that the order purported to
address and Ford was subjected to “trial by sanctions,” all but mandating a verdict for punitive damages.
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