Definition of Prejudgment. Meaning of Prejudgment. Synonyms of Prejudgment

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Definition of Prejudgment

Prejudgment
Prejudgment Pre*judg"ment, n. The act of prejudging; decision before sufficient examination.

Meaning of Prejudgment from wikipedia

- A prejudgment writ of attachment may be ordered in a legal action where a plaintiff has demonstrated meritorious allegations, fraud in the underlying...
- residence, vehicle, and/or personal effects.[citation needed]. Prejudgment attachment or Prejudgment writ of attachment allows recovery of money damages by levying...
- attachment is issued in order to satisfy a judgment issued by the court. A prejudgment writ of attachment may be used to freeze ****ets of a defendant while...
- representing the actual payments he received for his promotions, plus prejudgment interest and a $157,000 penalty. Seagal also agreed not to promote any...
- punitive damages, $32 million in compensatory damages, $10 million in prejudgment interest and more than $9 million in fees and costs. In May 2019, the...
- and breach of contract, an injury award that was later doubled due to prejudgment interest, attorneys' fees and costs. Consistent with Epic's counterclaims...
- distinguished. The 3-part test established in Matthews determines whether a prejudgment remedy meets the constitutional requirements when Government s****s deprivation...
- sum consisted of $71 million in ill-gotten gains plus $14.4 million in prejudgment interest and an additional penalty of $49.7 million. JPMorgan has come...
- to pay a $1.21 million penalty and $1.5 million in disgorgement plus prejudgment interest. Judge Joan A. Lenard calculated Huff’s penalty by imposing...
- to disgorge the fund’s $7,260,000 profits (plus another $2,485,000 in prejudgment interest)—a total of $10 million. If disgorgement were an equitable remedy...
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