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A patient sued a doctor for medical malpractice in federal court. After the plaintiff presented her case, the defendant moved for a judgment as a matter of law. Although several witnesses for the plaintiff gave testimony that the judge found unlikely, the judge denied the defendant’s motion for judgment as a matter of law. The jury rendered a verdict for the plaintiff. The defendant renewed his motion for judgment as a matter of law and moved in the alternative for a new trial.
How should the judge rule, assuming he still believes that the plaintiff’s evidence was unlikely to be true?CorrectIncorrect
The plaintiff sued the defendant in federal court for breach of contract. The case went to trial, and the jury found in favor of the plaintiff and awarded her $125,000. Judgment was entered on June 1. On June 10, the defendant filed a motion for a new trial. On June 18, the plaintiff files to enforce the judgment. The court has not issued any orders since the final judgment on June 1.
May the plaintiff enforce the judgment?CorrectIncorrect