Downs v. Homax Oil Sales, Inc.

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Plaintiff violated its duty under Wyo. R. Civ. P. 26 to provide its computation of damages and the documents supporting its damages claim to Defendant, and therefore, the district court abused its discretion by admitting Plaintiff’s damages evidence at trial. Plaintiff filed suit claiming that Defendant and his daughter improperly interfered with a business relationship of Plaintiff. The district court granted judgment in favor of Plaintiff. The Supreme Court reversed and directed that judgment be entered in favor of Defendant on Plaintiff’s claims, holding that the district court’s finding that Plaintiff had suffered $25,000 per month for ten months in damages was clearly erroneous. View "Downs v. Homax Oil Sales, Inc." on Justia Law