Issue: (1) Whether, where one or more of the underlying theories of recovery are set aside after trial, a court must vacate the jury’s general verdict (as this Court and five courts of appeals have held) or instead apply a “harmless error” exception (as seven courts of appeals, including the court below, have held); and (2) if such an exception exists, what the standard for determining whether the error is harmless is.
On Monday the Court granted five new cases and issued four opinions in argued cases. The archived Live Blog is here.
On Thursday the Justices will meet for their May 23 Conference. Our list of “Petitions to watch” for that Conference is here.
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5. Motion to Strike
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