How much jurors should know about the financial consequences of their verdicts was the question before the New Jersey state Supreme Court January 3.

In a Consumer Fraud Act suit, the plaintiff’s lawyer asked the justices to overturn an Appellate Division ruling that jurors should be told that compensatory damage awards are subject to mandatory tripling and an award of attorneys’ fees to the plaintiff.

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