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La responsabilite civile des administrateurs pour les retenues a la source : une etude de la defense de diligence raisonnable en matiere fiscale. Rousseau, Stephane; Faure, Gabriel; Smaili, Nadia Dec 22, 2014 14693
La responsabilite civile des administrateurs pour les retenues a la source : une etude de la defense de diligence raisonnable en matiere fiscale. Rousseau, Stephane; Faure, Gabriel; Smaili, Nadia Dec 22, 2014 8694
Accountability for outsourced torts: expanding brands' duty of care for workplace harms committed abroad. Farrell, Naima Jun 22, 2013 12722
Defending third-party audit claims. Sterna, Stanley D. May 1, 2013 1667
The tort foundation of duty of care and business judgment. Rhee, Robert J. Feb 1, 2013 9070
The tort foundation of duty of care and business judgment. Rhee, Robert J. Feb 1, 2013 19657
Wrongful birth as negligent misrepresentation. Houseman, Gordon T. Jan 1, 2013 9726
Interpretations of SSTS No. 1, Tax Return positions. Gardner, John C.; Eide, Barbara J.; May, Bruce E.; May, Diane R. May 1, 2012 5837
Setting the tone: the Lacey Act's attempt to combat the international trade of illegally obtained plant and wildlife and its effect on musical instrument manufacturing. Shelley, Wesley Ryan Mar 22, 2012 13498
Misalignments in tort law. Porat, Ariel Oct 1, 2011 28845
The principle of misalignment: duty, damages, and the nature of tort liability. Geistfeld, Mark A. Oct 1, 2011 23199
A new look at duty in tort law: rehabilitating foreseeability and related themes. Golanski, Alani Sep 22, 2011 25115
Liability for fairness opinions under Delaware Law. Cushman, Cameron Mar 22, 2011 8787
The case for legal regulation of physicians' off-label prescribing. Rosoff, Philip M.; Coleman, Doriane Lambelet Mar 1, 2011 20135
Entering the abyss: the resident's standard of care. Cabaj, Chantel Jan 1, 2011 8944
The tragic death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili reminds us of some important legal lessons. Findlay, Hilary Sep 1, 2010 1993
Default swaps and director oversight: lessons from AIG. Vasudev, P.M. Jun 22, 2010 20244
BCE Inc. v. 1976 Debentureholders: the new fiduciary duties of fair treatment, statutory compliance and good corporate citizenship? Bradley, Sarah P. Mar 22, 2010 12378
Debunking the corporate fiduciary myth. Alces, Kelli A. Jan 1, 2010 26037
The non-uniformity of uniform laws. Kobayashi, Bruce H.; Ribstein, Larry E. Jan 1, 2010 14351
Caveat emptor, venditor, et praescribor: legal liability associated with methyplenidate hydrochloride (MPH) use by postsecondary students. Downie, Jocelyn; Outram, Simon; Campbell, Fiona Jan 1, 2010 7815
Defendants may owe a duty of care to a child injured on a treadmill. Dec 1, 2009 768
Lean on me: a physician's fiduciary duty to disclose an emergent medical risk to the patient. Hafemeister, Thomas L.; Spinos, Selina Sep 1, 2009 21526
Directors' fiduciary duties: increasing focus on good faith and independence. Davis, Gardner; Whitley, Danielle Jul 1, 2009 3161
Caremark and enterprise risk management. Bainbridge, Stephen M. Jun 22, 2009 12330
TX: was a standing DNR order ignored? Was RN misled when told family reversed DNR. Tammelleo, A. David Apr 1, 2009 608
Pay for performance, quality of care and the revitalization of the False Claims Act. Schindler, Devin S. Mar 22, 2009 14382
Medical malpractice and new devices: defining an elusive standard of care. Greenberg, Michael D. Mar 22, 2009 10162
Influenza vaccination for health care workers: towards a workable and effective standard. Rodal, Rebecca; Ries, Nola M.; Wilson, Kumanan Jan 1, 2009 16754
Avoid or compensate? Liability for incidental injury to civilians inflicted during armed conflict. Ronen, Yael Jan 1, 2009 21322
NFP corporate legislation. Broder, Peter Nov 1, 2008 1091
A textbook answer. Sachs, Robert L., Jr. Oct 1, 2008 1486
The injustice of health courts: promoted by tort 'reformers' to adjudicate the claims of injured patients, administrative health courts would unduly increase the influence of health care providers and insurers in resolving medical malpractice cases. Hochberg, Francine A. May 1, 2008 4302
Massachusetts doctors liable to third parties for failure to warn patients. Pannell, Susan J. Mar 1, 2008 875
Prudent investment practices: CPAs who provide investment advice to their clients will be held to a fiduciary's civil standard of conduct. Thus, it is prudent to know and understand best practices for fiduciaries. Blackman, Clark M., II Jan 1, 2008 568
International outsourcing plus inexpensive, quality healthcare: binding arbitration makes this telemedical dream a reality. Zawadski, Peter Jan 1, 2008 18751
Doubtful duty: physicians' legal obligation to treat during an epidemic. Schwartz, Ariel R. Nov 1, 2007 18697
Accountability of public authorities through contextualized determinations of vicarious liability and non-delegable duties. Adjin-Tettey, Elizabeth Nov 1, 2007 20590
Liability of public authorities and duties of affirmative action. Siebrasse, Norman Nov 1, 2007 10247
Parent companies more vulnerable to suit for subsidiaries' torts: under the direct participant theory, recently adopted by the Illinois Supreme Court, a parent business that guides its subsidiary's activities may be liable for the subsidiary's torts. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Apr 1, 2007 1025
Consumer protection act covers doctor's care, Kansas court rules. Porter, Rebecca Apr 1, 2007 691
Managers' fiduciary duties in financially distressed corporations: chaos in Delaware (and elsewhere). Campbell, Rutheford B., Jr.; Frost, Christopher W. Mar 22, 2007 22222
What fiduciary duties should apply to the LLC manager after more than a decade of experimentation? Miller, Sandra K. Mar 22, 2007 29960
Galactic stupidity and the business judgment rule. Rosenberg, David Jan 1, 2007 13368
Fiduciary law in the hospital context: the prescriptive duty of protective intervention. Litman, Moe Jan 1, 2007 25124
Governmental and institutional tort liability for quality of care in Canada. Hardcastle, Lorian Jan 1, 2007 15150
Who's really running the nursing home? A maze of corporate entities may obscure who actually operates the facility where your client was injured. But if you follow the money, you can find out who's in charge and hold them accountable. Carter, Nathan P. Nov 1, 2006 4348
The battle over the body: some uses of human tissue, donated before or after death, go beyond the donors' consent. In the worst abuses, tissue marketers steal and sell body parts. Courts are being asked: who owns the human body? Andrews, Lori Oct 1, 2006 3904
Genetic tests are testing the law: the fast-growing field of genetic testing has raised new legal questions: who is responsible when a child is born with a severe genetic defect? And what theories, standards, and choice of law apply to these new technologies? Bloom, Elizabeth M. Oct 1, 2006 3931
States aim to shield doctors and hospitals from emergency room claims. Jul 1, 2006 287
Les exigences legales entourant le consentement dans la recherche avec des enfants et des adultes inaptes: une piste de solution aux difficultes posees par les articles 21 et 24 C.c.Q. Levesque, Emmanuelle Jun 22, 2006 9394
Cybersurgery: the cutting edge. Herrman, Katherine J. Jun 22, 2006 9515
Florida's public duty doctrine. Drake, William N., Jr. May 1, 2006 5318
Perilous crossings: dangerous railway crossings kill hundreds of motorists each year, but federal preemption often bars recovery. Defend your clients' rights by identifying viable state law causes of action and using federal regulations to your advantage. Pottroff, Robert L. Apr 1, 2006 3560
Explore standard of care and credentialing in breast cancer cases. Hillerich, Gary R. Apr 1, 2006 304
Comment: Cilinger C. Centre Hospitalier de Chicoutimi. Hardcastle, Lorian Mar 22, 2006 4844
N.Y. high court blocks claim of secondhand asbestos exposure. Sileo, Carmel Jan 1, 2006 776
Duty, causation, and third-party perpetrators: The Bonnie Mooney case. Hall, Margaret Isabel Nov 1, 2005 9623
Tort law and in vitro fertilization: the need for legal recognition of "procreative injury". Kleinfeld, Joshua Oct 1, 2005 3903
Weighing the risks of gastric bypass surgery: bariatric surgery is an increasingly popular way for the morbidly obese to lose weight, but the risk for complications and the failure of surgeons and facilities to meet standards of care can lead to injury or death. Fagel, Bruce G. May 1, 2005 2869
Screening the birth injury case: you can't take every case. Carefully assess a potential obstetrical negligence lawsuit by considering the facts, the data, and the likely outcomes. Bernard, Christopher D. May 1, 2005 2760
Liability for security system failure: your client's workplace appeared safe: it had a seemingly impenetrable security system, but it proved unreliable when an intruder bypassed it and injured your client. The law affords compensation. Bodiford, Raymond O. Dec 1, 2004 2681
Crime on college campuses: female students are at high risk of violence, especially sexual assault. Litigation based on assumption of duty, foreseeability, and other straightforward premises theories can ensure that colleges live up to their promises to keep students safe. Farahany, Amanda Dec 1, 2004 2703
Gas company may be liable for station's sale of fuel to drunk driver. Sileo, Carmel Nov 1, 2004 671
Won't get fooled again: overcrowding at concerts causes injury and death - despite industry denials. Don't be fooled: crowd crush cases turn on straightforward questions of foreseeability and duty of care. Adelman, Steven A. Jun 1, 2004 3356
When exercise turns deadly: fitness clubs should not rely on CPR to revive patrons who suffer sudden cardiac arrest. Automated external defibrillators save lives, and they are easy to use - but many gyms don't have them. Pomerantz, Howard I. Jun 1, 2004 3510
Free your client from the liability release: purveyors of recreational activities say standard liability waivers shield them from negligence claims when customers are injured but courts don't always agree. Stritmatter, Paul L. Jun 1, 2004 3554
Foreseeable zone of risk: confusing foreseeability with duty in Florida negligence law. Drake, William N., Jr. Cover Story Apr 1, 2004 6620
Ninth Circuit lets crime victims sue gun makers. Jurand, Sara Hoffman Feb 1, 2004 764
Doctor's duty to warn extends to patients, not third parties. Sileo, Carmel Jan 1, 2004 601
State is liable for abuse of foster children, says Louisiana high court. Moen, Christian Harlan Jun 1, 2003 718
When every second counts: for those in urgent need of medical care, a few moments can mean the difference between life and death. Can providers of emergency medical services be held accountable for negligent conduct? The answer depends on state law and the facts of your client's case. Messerly, Chris May 1, 2003 3105
Watching the watchdogs: negligence, liability, and research ethics boards. Gold, Jennifer L. Jan 1, 2003 10514
The archaeological duty of care: the legal, professional, and cultural struggle over salvaging historic shipwrecks. Bryant, Christopher R. Sep 22, 2001 28955
When life in the fast-food lane turns violent; restaurant owners usually have a general duty to take reasonable precautions to protect customers. Riley, Chris Jan 1, 1997 2539
CPA firm liable to client's insurer. Brief Article May 1, 1994 195

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