Post-Trial Motions in Private Antitrust Actions: A Practitioner's Guide
30 Pages Posted: 10 May 2016
Date Written: 1990
This article discusses post-trial motion practice in private antitrust actions brought in federal court. It is designed to provide the antitrust lawyer with a practical guide to identifying and briefing recurring issues in post-trial motion practice. The article discusses motions affecting the jury’s determination of the prevailing party, including motions to poll the jury, for judgment notwithstanding the verdict (JNOV), and for new trial. The article then discusses motions affecting the amount of the judgment, including motions for set-off of prior settlements and for grant of interest and applications for attorney’s fees and costs.
Keywords: antitrust, post-trial, motion, federal court
JEL Classification: K21, K41
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