FIRST-BLUSH RULE

FIRST-BLUSH RULE

first-blush rule. The common-law principle that allows a court to set aside a verdict as excessive because the verdict causes the mind to immediately conclude that it resulted from passion or prejudice on the part of the jury. [Cases: Federal Civil Procedure 2345; New Trial 77(2).C.J.S. New Trial ¡ì¡ì 101, 103.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term FIRST-BLUSH RULE in Chinese?
TermBase About LegalLingo
LegalLingo, a Shanghai-based translation agency, is a recognized leader in comprehensive legal language solutions for the legal industry. We provide the world’s leading law firms and corporate legal teams with a full suite of services, ranging from the translation of contracts and compliance documentation to full-scale multilingual litigation requiring certified translation and Chinese document review. We deliver customized legal document translation solutions based on your case’s size and budget requirements, utilizing industry-leading technology to ensure accuracy, lower costs and faster turnaround times.