PruittHealth Wants $11M Verdict Tossed In Software Deal Spat

Law360 (April 21, 2020, 6:27 PM EDT) -- Long-term health care service provider PruittHealth Inc. urged the Eleventh Circuit on Tuesday to vacate an $11.1 million verdict in favor of software company Caradigm USA LLC, arguing that the district court erroneously absolved Caradigm from having to prove damages stemming from Pruitt's contract breach.

In oral arguments before an appellate panel, Pruitt's attorney Thomas Reilly said the district court "conflated liability with damages" when it eased Caradigm's burden to prove its damages and allowed the jury to award millions in compound interest and attorney fees.

Reilly said the compound interest is not allowed in the contract, under which Caradigm was...

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