ROBERTS TECHNOLOGY GROUP, INC. v. CURWOOD, INC.
ORDER THAT DEFENDANTS MOTION FOR JUDGMENT AS A MATTER OF LAW OR FOR MODIFICATION OF JUDGMENT IS GRANTED IN PART AND THE PARTIES WILL PROCEED TO A JURY TRIAL. OUR 11/4/15 JUDGMENT ORDER IS VACATED; ETC.. SIGNED BY HONORABLE MARK A. KEARNEY ON 1/27/16. 1/27/16 ENTERED AND E-MAILED.(jl, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
ROBERTS TECHNOLOGY GROUP,
AND NOW, this 2?1h day of January 2016, upon consideration of Defendant's Motion
for Judgment as a matter oflaw or for modification of Judgment (ECF Doc. No. 127), Plaintiffs
Opposition (ECF Doc. No. 130), Defendant's Reply (ECF Doc. No. 131), following our
extensive review of the trial transcript, for the reasons detailed in the accompanying
Memorandum including our finding while the jury found liability on the breach of contract
claim, Plaintiff did not adduce sufficient evidence to support the jury's award of lost net profits,
it is ORDERED:
Defendant's Motion (ECF Doc. No. 127) is GRANTED in part and the parties
will proceed to a jury trial in accord with our Order entered today to determine Plaintiff's
damages, if any, arising from the jury's November 3, 2015 verdict of Defendant breaching a
contract with Plaintiff; and,
Our November 4, 2015 Judgment Order (ECF Doc. No. 124) is VACATED as to
the jury's finding of damages owed by Defendant
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