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Apportionment of Damages

Date: May 19, 2014

NFIB successfully worked with other pro-business groups stalling a bill in the NH Senate that would have disproportionately distributed fault for damages if an immune party (i.e. a municipality) was one of the defendants and found to be at fault. The bill would have required the non-immune party to be liable and payout the immune party’s share of the verdict. This was a victory for the small business community in New Hampshire.

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