A San Diego judge gutted a $30 million punitive damages verdict in a high-profile sexual harassment case against Ralphs Grocery Co., opening the door to a third trial in the case. The order reducing the award to $8.25 million came three months after a San Diego jury granted what is believed to be the largest punitive damages award for a sexual harassment case in California, and among the top three nationwide.
Judge Slashes Sex Harassment Damages Against Ralphs Grocery
July 17, 2002
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