We previously reported about an Ohio jury’s award of $33 million in punitive damages against Oberlin College.  The trial court later reduced the amount of punitive damages to $18.8 million, after litigation over how Ohio’s cap on punitive damages should apply when compensatory damages are also capped (the court ruled that the two-to-one punitive-to-compensatory damages cap should be based on the uncapped compensatory damages awarded by the jury).

Today, the Ohio Court of Appeals affirmed the award as reduced, rejecting appeals by both sides.  Insider Higher Ed has coverage here.