After eight years of writing about topics such as excessiveness, liability standards, and trial strategies, we’ve decided to retire Guideposts.
Rest assured that Mayer Brown will continue to share its analysis of litigation topics via Legal Updates, webinars and seminars. You can stay in the loop by subscribing to receive firm mailings related to litigation and other areas of interest. We also encourage you to subscribe to Mayer Brown’s Class Defense blog.
And Guideposts will remain here for future reference. For quick access, below are our most popular posts:
- Evan Tager Discusses Whether A Case Involving Baby Powder Might Yield The Next Blockbuster Supreme Court Punitive Damages Decision
- Fourth Circuit Reverses Findings Of Vicarious Punitive Liability Under Title VII And North Carolina Law
- Federal District Court Reduces Punitive Damages To Amount Of Compensatory Damages—But That’s Still Not Enough
- Reflections on the Twentieth Anniversary of BMW v. Gore
- Kentucky Supreme Court Sets Forth Helpful Principles On Liability For Punitive Damages
- Texas Supreme Court Limits Amount Of Supersedeas Bond In Decision With Possible Implications For Cases In Which Punitive Damages Are Challenged As Excessive
- California Court Of Appeal Holds That Plaintiff May Not Collect Both Multiple Damages And Punitive Damages For Same Conduct
- Corporate Finances: Punitive Damages’ 800-Pound Gorilla
- To Bifurcate Or Not To Bifurcate, That Is The Question
- Why Defendants In Punitive Damages Cases Have A Due Process Right To Bifurcation
We’ve appreciated having had the opportunity to share our analysis and commentary on Guideposts, and we welcome your suggestions on topics you’d like to hear more about. Feel free to learn more about our Punitive Damages capabilities.