JNOV

AcronymDefinition
JNOVJudgment Non Obstante Veredicto (Latin: Judgment Not Withstanding the Verdict)
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See Plaintiff's Memorandum in Opposition to Motion for JNOV and for New Trial, supra note 84, at 2-3 (quoting the deposition testimony of the arresting officers, who indicated that the TRS employees failed to produce several letters written by Ms.
In light of the significant changes since these two cases and the expressed congressional policy, provisions allowing for a directed verdict or JNOV should not be seen as exceptional, or necessarily violative of the Seventh Amendment.
The Court reasoned that an appellate court's entry of JNOV does not interfere with the "province of the jury" any more so than a trial court's entry of JNOV.
The trial judge granted the defendant's motion for JNOV (judgment notwithstanding the verdict) and ruled there could be no medical battery.
This court has counselled district courts in appeals to us that specific answers from the jury on factual issues are desirable, and has praised courts which have provided comprehensive opinions in ruling on motions for JNOV.
38) You also may know that the rendition is stayed upon the filing of an authorized and timely motion for new trial or rehearing, clarification, or certification; to alter or amend; for JNOV or in arrest of judgment; or a challenge to the verdict.
Trial judges' JNOV rulings would get the least deference of all because they overturned jury verdicts.
The court held that the trial court essentially granted JNOV.
Young, (74) the court considered whether the dismissal of an appeal constituted malpractice in a case where an appellate lawyer miscalculated the tolling effect of motions for JNOV or for new trial on the time for filing the notice of appeal.
Rawanduzy filed a motion for JNOV, which was granted by the trial judge on the grounds that doctor was entitled to rely on the information communicated to him by Dr.