• strict liability
  • 1) According to this doctrine, strict liability may be viewed as a halfway house between mens rea (where the prosecution is required to prove fault or the requisite mental element beyond reasonable doubt, as is the case for all criminal offences) and absolute liability (where there is no fault requirement, and proof of the proscribed act, or actus reus, leads to a finding of guilt). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • assessment
  • Another comprehensive terminological codification for the legal assessment of the technological developments in the robotics industry has already begun mainly in Asian countries. (wikipedia.org)
  • entity
  • Joan consults an attorney to decide upon the kind of business entity to form, so she has freedom in exercising management control and she is protected to the greatest extent available from product liability lawsuits. (brainmass.com)
  • If you try to join a government entity on a novel liability theory only to have it dismissed as immune, you have provided the groundwork for the other defendants to have the jury apportion liability against the government entity and reduce the total verdict. (law.com)
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  • injuries
  • It imposes a nondelegable, absolute liability on owners and general contractors for construction-related injuries, even though the liable party does not perform the work, supervise the work, or employ the injured worker. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • penalties
  • It suggests imputing absolute liability to corporate officers, relative to their degree of knowledge and control, by way of class-based administrative monetary penalties on the basis that such penalties would align the costs of liability with those best-positioned to avoid it, and thereby realign corporate incentives. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • cover
  • According to him, his ministry was also able to secure assistance from the International Senior Lawyers Project in specialised areas of legal practice such as preparing, drafting and reviewing international commercial agreements to cover capacity deficit in the ministry in the short term. (foroyaa.gm)
  • Member
  • One of the major purposes of the 1990 Strasbourg Convention was to facilitate international cooperation in the area of money laundering, which could only be accomplished if steps were taken to minimise the significant differences of approach which then existed in the domestic legal systems of member States. (wikipedia.org)
  • Government
  • Legal liability concerns both civil law and criminal law and can arise from various areas of law, such as contracts, torts, taxes, or fines given by government agencies. (wikipedia.org)
  • The National Board of Trial Advocacy and the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys are not affiliated with any government authority. (blogs.com)
  • concerns
  • If these parties had already entered into a release of liability, they would have no concerns with the final adjudicated apportionment. (law.com)
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  • Confidentiality in mediation has such importance that in most cases the legal system cannot force a mediator to testify in court as to the content or progress of mediation. (wikipedia.org)
  • party
  • He shouldn't have to re-establish Labour''s credentials - apart from apologising for his party''s wrecking of the economy and absolute liability over immigration. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • For purposes of apportioning liability only, the question of liability of any defendant or other person who has entered into a release with the plaintiff with respect to the action and who is not a party shall be transmitted to the trier of fact upon appropriate requests and proofs by any party. (law.com)
  • Medical
  • It is also possible that a device carried by an unconscious person may not be their own, or not be up to date, with concomitant risks to health and legal liability of medical personnel. (wikipedia.org)
  • Share
  • First, the legislature specifically excluded employers from the classification of parties that can share in a liability determination. (law.com)
  • personal
  • If, for example, a limited liability business goes bankrupt, then the owner(s) will not lose unrelated assets such as a personal residence (assuming they do not give personal guarantees). (wikipedia.org)
  • general
  • The attorney general of the Cherokee Nation on Thursday asked an Oklahoma federal court to dismiss a suit filed by pharmacies and drug distributors aimed at halting a tribal court case against them that alleged liability for opioid addiction, saying the tribal court case had ended. (law360.com)
  • injury
  • I will address this prestigious group of neurosurgeons on their role and legal responsibility for concussion and brain injury upon assuming the role of a team physician for youth sports. (blogs.com)
  • different
  • He looked an absolute liability before last season, then came back a totally different player before getting injured (with what might be his last match for us, against Leeds last season, being one of the best individual displays by a Coventry player last season). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Claimants can prove liability through a myriad of different theories, known as theories of liability. (wikipedia.org)
  • time
  • The benefits of mediation include: Cost While a mediator may charge a fee comparable to that of an attorney, the mediation process generally takes much less time than moving a case through standard legal channels. (wikipedia.org)
  • rules
  • This scenario will lead to an important question on the scope of the joint liability rules. (law.com)
  • owners
  • There is an exception to this rule that allows a claimant to go after the owners of a limited liability business where the owners have engaged in conduct that justifies the claimant's recovery from the owners. (wikipedia.org)
  • court
  • The court agreed that "subjecting Internet service providers and users to defamation liability would tend to chill online speech. (wikipedia.org)
  • parties
  • Support for the proposition that liability can be assessed against defendants who are not parties to the litigation exists in two separate clauses of this paragraph. (law.com)
  • Second, the legislature barred any collateral effects of a liability finding for parties covered by this provision in any subsequent litigation. (law.com)