Punitive Damages Reform: Tuttel v. Raymond, 494 A.2d 1353 (Me. 1985).
Requires a plaintiff to prove punitive damages by “clear and
Requires a plaintiff to prove punitive damages by “clear and convincing” evidence.
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Trial lawyers file endless lawsuits while legislature gives them more opportunities to sue
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State Supreme Court’s penchant for
liability expansion a major contributing factor