The court has ruled in the Consumer Protection Act claim 5. The jury had found in Wolfeboro’s favor but the court has the last word. The judge confirmed the finding of the jury and in addition found that the damages were $7,658,532 – the originally claimed amount. The jury had found the damages to be $6,795,000. As I understand it, this amount will supersede the jury’s finding.
This award amount is automatically doubled, so $15+ million, and Wolfboro has until the end of the month to file a motion to increase it to treble damages. Moreover, the town can (and no doubt will) file for costs.