In his Civil Rights Litigation column, Ilann Margalit Maazel, a partner at Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady, writes: The issue of punitive damages has vexed courts for years, nowhere more so than in the recent Second Circuit case, 'Payne v. Jones,' a case that raises interesting questions about the purposes of punitive damages, the appropriate appellate standard of review, and the proper role of appellate courts in reviewing a punitive damages award.
Questions Persist Concerning Review of Punitive Damage Awards
New York Law Journal
October 31, 2012
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