An Illinois federal judge warned BNSF Railway on Friday that if he favors its bid for a new damages trial and throws out the $228 million verdict in the first case under Illinois’ biometric privacy law to go before a jury last year, evidence it persuaded him to exclude from the first go-round on the company’s finances could come into play.
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