ATM Screenmaker Loses Punitive Damages Bid On Appeal

By Bonnie Eslinger (September 27, 2021, 4:56 PM BST) -- An ATM screenmaker has dropped its bid to win exemplary damages from manufacturer NCR for allegedly using intimidation, deceit and other unlawful tactics to end their business dealings after an appeals court said it was too early to rule on the matter.

Judge Stephen Males said at the Court of Appeal on Friday that he had told NCR and the claimant, Global Display Solutions Ltd., about his decision to overturn the High Court ruling that allowed the punitive damages bid to go ahead, with the expectation that the claim would be considered at a later date.

But, in an unexpected twist, the...

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