A small, family-run bakery has taken Oberlin College to court, alleging that the school defamed the family and its business through its active support of student SJWs who were protesting the business’s treatment of shoplifters. Today, a jury awarded the bakery and several family members of total of $11,000,000 in damages. A punitive damages phase of the trial will begin next week which could raise the award as high as $33,000,000.
You can read more about the verdict at Legal Insurrection.
UPDATE—My podcasting partner Stacy McCain has some thoughts on the matter here.