Punitive Damages: Pacific Mutual v. Haslip
Participants in the case Pacific Mutual v. Haslip met with reporters after arguments on the case was heard by the Supreme Court. The Court was asked in the case to determine whether extremely large punitive damages were unconstitutional. The Supreme Court decided in a vote 7-1 the Constitution did not contain provisions limiting the size of punitive damages. close
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- Cleopatra Haslip Defendant Pacific Mutual v. Haslip
- Andrew Popper Dean American University Washington College of Law
Victor Schwartz Attorney Shook, Hardy and Bacon Law Firm->Public Policy Practice
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