Does the "butterfly effect" count in determining the value of damages being sued for?
August 20, 2015
QuestionFor example, if Person A planned to become a lawyer in the future, making a salary of over $150k/year but then Person B did something wrong to Person A during Person A's undergraduate years causing Person A to not become a lawyer (not able to beco...
Can you put a price on potential? Damages as a notion of monetary amends for losses sustained would include "lost opportunities" and may be included in a plea for future losses, however, the claim would have to be non-speculative, and not so remote that it is unsupported by the evidence.
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