per quod servitium amisit (p<<schwa>>r kwod s<<schwa>>r-vish-ee-<<schwa>>m << schwa>>-mI-zit). [Law Latin] Hist. Whereby he lost the services (of his servant). • This phrase was used in a trespass declaration to describe the loss suffered by a master whose servant had been injured by another. [Cases: Master and Servant  336; Monopolies  12(1.10). C.J.S. Employer–Employee Relationship §§ 256, 259; Monopolies §§ 47–52, 72, 78, 80–82, 105.]

[Blacks Law 8th]