Monday, November 2, 2009

Kansas Supreme Court Considers Constitutionality of Damages Caps

Last week the Kansas Supreme Court heard oral argument in Miller v. Johnson, a medical malpractice case challenging the constitutionality of a Kansas statute that caps damages for noneconomic loss at $250,000.

The docket is available here. For additional coverage, see here and here.

(Hat Tip: How Appealing)

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