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Sanction Denying Cross-Exam ‘Too Harsh’ (access required)

In a tortious interference case with an $11.75 million judgment, the trial court had a broad right to sanction defendant minority owners of a tech-development company for repeated refusals to fully comply with discovery orders, including removal of issues from the jury, but denying defendants the right to cross-examine on the issue of damages was ...

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