Suppose that the judge denied playschool’s motion and the case proceeded to trial. After hearing all the evidence, the jury foyund in favor of the defendant. What options do the plaintiffs have at this point if they are not satisfied with the verdict?

Suppose that the judge denied playschool’s motion and the case proceeded to trial. After hearing all the evidence, the jury foyund in favor of the defendant. What options do the plaintiffs have at this point if they are not satisfied with the verdict?
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