That seems to equate to the jury finding that the valuation of the land proffered by Marriott was correct, i.e. $30 Million vs. Keystone's contention that it was worth $65 Million.
So Marriott did interfere, but the value was what Marriott claimed not what Keystone claimed.
Then there is the issue of the award of $39 Million for the slander/libel finding against Marriott.
On to the Fourth Court of Appeals when the case is finished at the District Court level, unless a settlement is reached between the parties.
Jurors still must decide whether to award Keystone-Texas Property Holding Corp. punitive damages after finding the Host Marriott partnership acted with “malice,” or with intent to cause “substantial injury or harm” to Keystone.
Tom Cunningham, a lawyer for Host Marriott, expressed disappointment with the verdict.
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