No. 78-69.

418 F.2d 434 (1969)

Donald D. MANVILLE, Appellant, v. BORG-WARNER CORPORATION, Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit.

November 14, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

George Thomas Van Bebber, Troy, Kan. (James F. Duncan and Landon H. Rowland, Kansas City, Mo., on the brief), for appellant.

Kent E. Whittaker, Kansas City, Mo. (William V. North, Kansas City, Mo., on the brief), for appellee.

Before MURRAH, Chief Judge, and LEWIS and HILL, Circuit Judges.

HILL, Circuit Judge.

In this diversity suit appellant Manville sued appellee Borg-Warner for invasion of privacy. At the close of all evidence, appellee moved for a directed verdict. The motion was denied. Subsequently, the jury returned a verdict for Manville in the sum of $2500 actual damages and $7500 punitive damages. Upon entry of judgment, appellee renewed his motion in conjunction with a motion to set aside the jury verdict. Alternatively, appellee asked for...


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