Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Keith A. Minoff, Robinson, Donovan, Madden & Barry, Springfield, MA, John A. Donovan, Jr., Kevin G. Kenneally, Donovan & Hatem, LLP, Boston, MA, John E. Garber, Weinberg & Garber, P.C., Northampton, Donovan & Hatem, LLP, Boston, MA, for Polycarbon Industries, Inc., CGU Insurance Company, as Subrogee, Brian Flory, Linda Flory, Plaintiffs.
Scott L. Machanic, Cunningham, Machanic, Cetlin & Johnson, LLP, John W. McCann, Cunningham and Machanic, Natick, John F. Rooney, Amy E. Goganian, Melick, Porter & Shea, LLP, Boston, MA, for Advantage Engineering, Inc., American Electronic Components, Inc. aka Durakool, Inc., Defendants.
United States District Court, D. Massachusetts.
MEMORANDUM AND DECISION ON PLAINTIFFS' CHAPTER 93A CLAIM AND PLAINTIFFS' POSTRIAL MOTIONS AND ORDER FOR JUDGMENT
SWARTWOOD, United States Magistrate Judge.
Nature of the Proceeding
Following an adverse jury verdict on their breach of warranty and tort claims, the Plaintiffs, Brian Flory and Linda Flory, have filed a Motion For Judgment As A Matter Of Law Pursuant To Rule 50 After Trial And/Or Motion For New Trial (Docket No. 166). Additionally...
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