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Supreme Court Vacates $290M Punitives; Case Reconsidered In Light Of State Farm Washington

Insurance and business groups are lauding a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to vacate a $290 million product liability punitive damage award.

In the case of Ford Motor Co. v. Romo, the high court ordered the Supreme Court of California to reconsider the punitive damage award in light of the recent decision in the case of State Farm v. Campbell.

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