N.Y. Court Finds $25 Million Award in Asbestos Case ‘Excessive’; Proposes Reduced Verdict of $9 Million

A New York court has found that a jury’s award of $25 million in an asbestos case against a brake grinder manufacturer was excessive, but said that a new trial on damages would not be necessary if the plaintiff would agree to a reduced award of $9 million total.

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