The jury couldn't decide if retired appeals judge Sheila Sonenshine made misrepresentations on her JAMS bio, but they decided that didn't cause harm to venture capitalist Kevin Kinsella.
Kevin Kinsella's attorney made one last attempt to paint JAMS and neutral Sheila Sonenshine as liars.
Evidence is complete and closing arguments begin Wednesday in the three-week trial.
The judge has repeatedly raised the issue of whether to allow the jury to handle damages, which could hit $1.5 million.
Kevin Kinsella, who says he was deceived by the private judge handling his divorce, had to address charges Tuesday that his real issue with retired appellate justice Sheila Sonenshine is her gender.
With one week of testimony done, here are five takeaways from the resume-padding trial.
Testimony got testy Monday after a string of objections blocked the plaintiff's line of attack.
Retired appellate justice Sheila Sonenshine says she told the truth about her private equity fund, even if it added up to "zeroes."
JAMS executives had a strong showing during the first full day of testimony, which also included Justice Sheila Sonenshine, whose resume is at the heart of the fraud case.
Venture capitalist Kevin Kinsella took his claim that JAMS fraudulently inflated a neutral's biography to a San Diego Superior Court jury on Tuesday.