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    Plaintiff Case Study

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    close of business on March 17, 2017. I. ARGUMENT A. THERE’S A SUBSTANTIAL NEED FOR STATEMENTS MADE TO THE DEFENDANT’S INSURANCE ADJUSTERS. Federal Rule 26(b)(3) provides that: “ordinarily, a party may not discover documents and tangible things that are prepared in anticipation of litigation or for trial by or for another party or its representative …subject to Rule 26(b)(4), those materials may be discovered if they are otherwise discoverable under Rule…

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    Colossus Claims Adjuster

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    Have you ever wondered how insurance companies evaluate your personal injury claim from a car accident? Probably thought there was a long convoluted algorithm they used, right? Major insurance companies like Allstate, USAA, Metlife, Farmers, and Travelers utilize a particular software known as Colossus. How does it work? Colossus us a software in which adjusters have access to all of their company’s claims data and are able to work in a system that evaluating injuries, treatment,…

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    What good can the claim adjusters do? Sometimes property damage causes a worry among the owners and this situation is worsened when the latter fails to receive sufficient amount of settlements from the insurance company. The assurance of the insurance companies to revive the past glory of your damaged property requires a considerable amount of time. However, now a day you have a choice in choosing an adjuster of your choice to get what you wish, quickly and effectively. You don’t have to hire…

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    The company uses logos by giving a numerical value on how many lawsuits have been filed against seed infringement violators. In the article Monsanto states that various cases are settled before moving onto a trial, however when forced they have only filed 144 lawsuits since 1997 which averages about 11 per year in the past 13 years. This shows the reader that although Monsanto will go the extent of filing lawsuits against farmers who break the contract, the consumers are given the opportunity to…

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    Whistle Plowing Examples

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    leadership and HR to develop ethical management skills that encourage proper conduct that could save the company great loss in revenue and negative public opinion through more effective management strategies. Nobody can say for sure if whistle blowing is right or wrong, however from every action comes consquences and means that the good and bad effects come equally. The importance is that whistle blowers send a message to employers who are conduciting unethical practices and that they should…

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    Civil False Claims Act

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    In 1863 the federal government enacted the Civil False Claims Act, which also came to be known as the whistle-blower statute. Despite being given a derogatory colloquial name; the statute serves an essential purpose for dependency in government contracting. The law was strengthened in 1986 to provide a penalty of tremble damages in addition to 10,000 dollars per false claim against the defendant. The “whistle-blower,” now given the more pleasant term of “relator” may now collect between 15 and…

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    Today, people do illegal activities which are threatening to society just for the sake to earn profits. The ongoing debate on whistleblowing raises conflicting issues that draw public attention. Although governments and many business leaders have adopted various measures to incriminate the activities of whistleblowers. Whistleblowers contribute a great deal to the society by sanitizing the system. The heroic deeds of whistleblowers exposed unethical and shady deals when some authorities hide…

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    Fraud? The definition of fraud includes the wrongful deception of someone for personal gain. Did the Government intend to mislead Māori into signing the Treaty of Waitangi? Or was it just an accident that things went sour. Let us know discuss some of the other perspectives contained in the quotation. The Treaty is a Fraud was a phrase used in the 1970’s which was a campaign/protest slogan coming out of the frustration that people had with the Treaty of Waitangi. I think that due to the number…

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    Grace v Minister of Land Information [2014] Facts: Mrs Patricia Grace, the objector, owned a block of land that had Maori freehold status. On 6 June 2013, the Minister of Land Information, the respondent, signed a Notice of Intention to take a section of Grace’s land to enable the construction of the Kapiti Expressway. Grace then filed a Notice of Objection to the Environment Court. In an attempt to protect her land, she applied to the Maori Land Court to set aside her land as a Maori…

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    went ahead and conducted the IEP meeting on November 9th without Doug C.; at this meeting, the IEP team, minus Doug C., determined that Spencer’s placement would change and he would begin attending the local public school, Maui High School (Doug C. v. Hawaii, 2013). In his suit, Doug C. claimed that because he was not present at the IEP meeting, Spencer was denied a FAPE (Doug C. v. Hawaii, 2013). Why This Case Matters Both the administrative hearing officer and district court had previously…

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