Ford Motor Co. v. Walker


(Co., filed August 18, 2021): Arguing the procedural sequence presented recurs and justifies clarification of the post-judgment interest calculation.  The Court of Appeals interpretation relies on illusions and produces a distinction that has no rational justification. The existence of a rational basis for calculating postjudgment interest using a variable rate depends on including successful appeals vacating judgments for new trials. 


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