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A Florida appellate court’s reversal of a $38 million judgment against an oil company executive has raised questions about jurisdiction, federal prosecutions and how to remedy an alleged breach under an agreement that doesn’t specify damages.

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Samantha Joseph

Samantha Joseph is a litigation editor in ALM's global newsroom. Grad school: Newhouse Syracuse. Contact: sjoseph@alm.com. On Twitter: @SjosephWriter

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