A recent $60 million verdict stemming from an antitrust case between fellow door manufacturers Jeld-Wen and Steves and Sons recently landed on Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s (VLW) compilation of Largest Jury Verdicts of 2018. The ruling resulted from a trial-by-jury process that was later upheld by a court judge, finding that Jeld-Wen’s acquisition of Craftmaster International (CMI) violated antitrust provisions.
According to information published by VLW, the publication gathers an annual list of the largest verdicts through stories written throughout the year, as well as through Verdict and Settlement Reports submitted by attorneys using an online filing system. The rules for making its “Largest Verdicts” dictate that verdicts must be handed down by a jury, must stem from a Virginia courtroom and be for at least $1 million.


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