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Mayer Brown | USA | 27 Oct 2015

Kentucky Supreme Court sets out principles on liability for punitive damages

Cases in which an appellate court holds that a state's standard for punitive liability was not satisfied even though there was sufficient evidence to support liability for the underlying causes of action are regrettably rare. However, the Kentucky Supreme Court recently did just that and, in the process, set out some principles which might be helpful to defendants in future cases.
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