Monthly Archives: May 2021

Missouri Supreme Court confirms jury awarded punitive damages to health care provider

In March 2021, the Supreme Court of Missouri, in Rhoden v. Mo. Delta Med. Ctr., upheld a jury’s award of $ 300,000 in punitive damages against a defendant health care provider. The majority held that the facts – which occurred before the amendment to the Missouri Punitive Damages Act – …

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Casper’s wrongful arrest case could go to jury, court documents show | Cops and courts

The case of a man who says he was wrongly arrested when Casper’s police came to his job looking for another man could go to a jury, recent court documents suggest. Kaleb Clark, a black man, was inside Gaslight Social after an early morning bouncer shift on July 7, 2018. …

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