Developer Wants $10M Verdict In Mexico Hotel Dispute Tossed

Law360, Dallas (December 5, 2012, 7:36 PM EST) -- A Dallas-based real estate firm on Wednesday told a Texas appellate court it should toss out a $10 million verdict that found the firm interfered with its former business partners’ development of two luxury hotels in Mexico and order a new trial because of errors in the jury charge.

JMJ Hospitality LLC and owner Timothy Barton also contend the jury’s damages award was based on insufficient evidence and that former business partners Aliber and Eliud Garcia of Monterrey, Mexico, didn’t have the standing to make individual...
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