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If an insurer demonstrates bad faith, what's the right punitive-to-compensatory damages math?
Marc Mayerson reflects on the three-to-one ratio the Oregon Court of Appeals found appropriate in Goddard v. Farmer Ins. Co.,
(Ore. Ct. App. Oct. 12, 2005).
Posted by Laurel Newby on October 21, 2005 at 01:52 PM | Permalink
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