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Employment Award

A California appeals court ruled Friday that a trial judge properly chucked a $7.1 million jury award to former LA Times sports columnist T.J. Simers, agreeing a damages retrial is necessary to determine how to apportion the award.

LOS ANGELES – A California appeals court ruled Friday that a trial judge properly chucked a $7.1 million jury award to former LA Times sports columnist T.J. Simers, agreeing a damages retrial is necessary to determine how to apportion the award.

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