SALISBURY, N.C. -- Food Lion here has decided to accept the reduced amount of punitive damages in its lawsuit against ABC -- $315,000 -- rather than go back to trial. In court papers, Food Lion said its decision "is based solely upon its desire to avoid the time and expense of a new trial, and should not be construed as indicating any agreement with or consent to the Court's conclusion that the jury's awards of punitive damages were unconstitutional or otherwise excessive. "Indeed, Food ...

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