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Myers v. Central Fla. Invs., Inc., No. 08-16291

By FindLaw Staff on January 06, 2010 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a battery and sexual harassment action, partial judgment for plaintiff and for defendants is affirmed where: 1) defendants failed to show that the compensatory award for emotional damages equal to a claimant's annual income evinced prejudice, passion or corruption on the part of the jury; 2) the $506,847.75 punitive award bore a reasonable relationship both to the harm plaintiff suffered and to the harm likely to result should defendants not be penalized now; and 3) plaintiff was not a prevailing party on her Title VII claim and thus was not entitled to attorney's fees.

Read Myers v. Central Fla. Invs., Inc., No. 08-16291

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Filed January 6, 2010


Opinion by Judge Marcus

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