Tag Archives: Verdict Forms

NMCA: Employer’s mistaken belief that worker was disabled supported discrimination claim

In Goodman v. OS Restaurant Services, LLC (opinion by Judge Hanisee), the Court of Appeals has held that sufficient evidence supported a jury’s verdict that an employer mistakenly “regarded” the plaintiff worker as disabled, and discriminated against him because of … Continue reading

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Watch those verdict forms, says Tenth Circuit

As an appellate lawyer, I have a continuing (and probably unhealthy) obsession with verdict forms. Just like any other jury instruction, they can make or break your appeal. So it’s important to know when you must object to them, and … Continue reading

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