In 1997 a woman sued a computer keyboard manufacturer charging
In 1997, a woman sued a computer keyboard manufacturer, charging that her repetitive stress injuries were caused by the keyboard (Genessey v. Digital Equipment Corporation). The jury awarded about $3.5 million for pain and suffering, but the court then set aside that award as being unreasonable compensation. In making this de termination, the court identified a “normative” group of 27 similar cases and specified a reasonable award as one within 2 standard deviations of the mean of the awards in the 27 cases. The 27 award amounts were (in thousands of dollars)
What is the maximum possible amount that could be awarded under the “2-standard deviations rule?”
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