No 'Second Bite' At Damages On Remand: Fla. Appeals Court

By Nathan Hale (September 26, 2018, 10:51 PM EDT) -- Florida's Third District Court of Appeal clarified Wednesday that, as a general rule, a party that it finds failed to meet its burden of establishing the correct measure of damages at trial is not entitled to a new trial on damages if the case is remanded....

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