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  • Corporate Criminal Liability Essay

    Corporate Criminal Liability: A Need of the Hour Aanchal Lamba Aditi Khanna Abstract The purpose of this article is to throw light on the current need for a legislation to deter the crimes committed by corporate firms. The paper describes the concept of corporate criminal liability, its diverse interpretation adopted over the years and the current scenario of corporate crimes in India. It discusses the need to intensify the current punishment given to corporations and proposes alternative…

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  • Importance Of School Occupancy

    responsible and liable for her personal actions and those of her guests and invitees, including but not limited to negligent or intentional acts, errors or omissions. The Student agrees to release the Chapter, House Corporation and Fraternity from liability related to and to defend, hold harmless and indemnify the Chapter, the House Corporation and the Fraternity, and their respective officers, agents, employees and volunteers, from and against any claims, damages, costs or expenses, including…

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  • Case Study Of Solomon & Co. Ltd

    personality of the company can be used as a medium of committing fraud or illegal acts. Now, there is arises a paradoxical problem pertaining to the important legal question : Who accords for the liability? Who can be held responsible? The notion of corporate personality does not obviously create liability on artificial persons. Logically, a company cannot be put behind bars or prosecuted for its criminal acts. Thus, their arises a need for the identification of the persons who are guilty of…

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  • Friars Liabilities In Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

    Saeed Hussein Ms. Botic ENG 2D0-C 29 April 2016 Romeo and Juliet - The Friars Liabilities In any story, many people are usually responsible for the outcome of the main characters. In Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare in the late 1500s, there are many characters who are responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. In this romantic tragedy, Friar Laurence and Friar John are the most responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. Some reasons include the marriage of Romeo and Juliet,…

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  • Widget Case Study

    Texas Customer vs. California based Widget Co. Widget Corporation, based in California, and the company President are being sued for damages caused by the installation of their product in Texas by a local handyman hired by Widget Co. Even though the Widget was incorporated in Delaware, California is considered the headquarters because business is conducted from that location. Civil law can generally be divided into two categories: substantive and procedural. Substantive law can be…

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  • Separate Legal Personality Essay

    law: the first is, the ‘separate juridical personality’ of each company with rights and duties separate from its shareholders and the second is, politically based ‘limited liability’, shielding shareholders (originally ultimate investors), from personal liability for company’s obligations, by limiting their potential liability to the amount of their capital investment. The above principles, among others, facilitated the separation of ownership and control. 1.1 Separate Legal Personality Legal…

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  • Risk Management Case Study: Mr. Wright Air Conditioning Company

    Companies, people are exposed in various risks, risk management’s job is to identify the risk and determine which method we should do. There are the tasks that a risk manager would perform at their job: identify the value of the assets, what risks might occur, and how much are the losses; decide whether to purchase insurance coverages, transfer, or to avoid them. The goals of risk management are to minimize the losses and expenses in the worst case scenario. Risk managers are responsible for…

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  • Occupiers Liability Act Case Study

    The common duty of care is a duty is to take care off all circumstances so that the visitor will be reasonably safe in using the premises for the purpose of which he is invited or permitted by the occupier to be there. Children The occupiers liability act 1957 allows children to be less safe than adults and occupiers must be aware of this. If children are known to be visitors, special measures may have to be taken to ensure their safety. A case from 1922 established a common law tort from the…

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  • Burger King Case Study

    But the Ohio Products Liability Law has preempted the Nadels' warranty claims. R.C. 2307.72; 2307.73; Saylor v. Providence Hosp. (1996), 113 Ohio App.3d 1, 680 N.E.2d 193; Raitt, The Preemption and Economic Loss Provisions of the Ohio Product Liability Code (1991), 16 U.Dayton L.Rev. 583, 586-589; O'Reilly and Cody, Ohio Products Liability Manual (1992) 57, Section 5.05. R.C. 2307.72(A) states that “[a]ny recovery of compensatory damages based on a product liability claim” is subject to…

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  • Case Study Of Inadvertent Disclosure

    ISSUE Under Florida statutes and cases pertinent to inadvertent disclosure, is Mr. Beene required to return the privileged documents when (1) the products liability team inspected each document included in the discovery; (2) the amount of inadvertent disclosures was miniscule; (3) the degree of disclosure was rather small; (4) Mr. Fitzgerald requested the return as soon as he became aware; and (5) the client has a right to prevent disclosure of confidential communication, as well as an attorney…

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