Piza Hermanos v. CaldentryAnnotate this Case
231 U.S. 690 (1914)
U.S. Supreme Court
Piza Hermanos v. Caldentry, 231 U.S. 690 (1914)
Piza Hermanos v. Caldentry
Submitted December 15, 1913
Decided January 5, 1914
231 U.S. 690
Where the principle on which the amount recovered is based is admitted, this Court will not go behind well warranted findings of fact in regard to the question of amount.
Where it appears that there may have been an error in computing the
amount of the recovery, this Court can affirm the judgment without prejudice to reopening the account for the single purpose of correcting such error if the lower court so permits.
The facts, which involve the construction of a contract of employment, are stated in the opinion.
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