Jury Dinged Bank $3M On Solid Evidence, 11th Circ. Told

Law360, New York (June 2, 2017, 4:20 PM EDT) -- A Miami-based corporate finance advisory firm has asked the Eleventh Circuit to affirm a $3.3 million jury verdict against a Guatemalan bank for reneging on fees, arguing Thursday that the lower court rightly refused to let the bank sideline relevant trial evidence.

Banco de los Trabajadores, better known as Bantrab, had argued that the lower court should not have admitted and relied on evidence that allowed Quantum Capital LLC to conflate its work for the bank with the work done by Quantum's owner and sole member, Oswaldo Jugo. But Quantum said in a brief Thursday that Bantrab had objected to no...

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