After being hit with the largest jury award of punitive damages ever, Exxon Corp. helped to finance academic research on punitives that could wind up helping it on appeal.

Citing several papers that it helped bankroll, the oil company said in an appeal brief that the papers demonstrate “that jurors are generally incapable of performing the tasks the law assigns to them in punitive damages cases.”

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