Eateries, Inc. v. J.R. Simplot Company

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Full Text of Court Cases
October 6, 2003
5812 Eating and Drinking Places
722511 Full-Service Restaurants
tort
damages, breach of contract, fair market value (FMV)

Eateries, Inc. v. J.R. Simplot Company
2003 U.S. App. LEXIS 20349
US
Federal Court
10th Circuit
United States Court of Appeals
Mr. Payne (for Eateries) <br> Mr. Wilsey (for J.R. Simplot) <br> Mr. Davis (for J.R. Simplot)
Prorby

Summary

Issue is whether the district court used an incorrect methodology to calculate damages from sale of salmonella contaminated food. Method was difference between FMV before and after.
Eateries, Inc. v. J.R. Simplot Company
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