Attitudes about Lawsuits & Damages, Consulting, Corporate Personhood & Responsibility

In Their Own Words: Jurors’ Opinions of “Collective Knowledge” of a Corporation

After asking jurors about their understanding of, and agreement with, the Collective Knowledge jury instruction, we asked them to explain, in their own words, what the instruction meant to them.  The instruction read as follows: The knowledge obtained by corporate employees acting within the scope of their employment is imputed to the corporation. Accordingly, if […]

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