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Innocent insured covered even if son set house on fire. Olson, Kris May 31, 2018 1662
Personal jurisdiction based on the local effects of intentional misconduct. Erbsen, Allan Nov 1, 2015 7432
Personal jurisdiction based on the local effects of intentional misconduct. Erbsen, Allan Nov 1, 2015 21226
Knowing and willful violations: company personnel are still surprised when they or their colleagues receive a proposed fine. Chajet, Henry May 1, 2015 636
Intentional acts and the definition of disqualifying misconduct in Louisiana unemployment law. Penrod, Charlie Dec 22, 2014 13491
To err is human: a new outlook on "prosecutorial misconduct". Minihan, Shawn E. Oct 1, 2014 1502
The idea of privacy law: Jones v. Tsige and the limits of the common law. Aylward, Stephen Jan 1, 2013 11013
NFL bounty programs: who pays? Harris, Jay Barry; Bachove, Evan R. Jul 1, 2012 1801
Intentionally inflicted economic harm in Canada. Donovan, Brendan Mar 22, 2010 12065
Annoyancetech vigilante torts and policy. Blomquist, Robert F. Sep 22, 2009 10093
Unreasonable? Missouri rejects a reasonable person standard for determining co-employee liability under Badami's something more test. Worth, Richard D. Jan 1, 2008 8470
State law tort claims - a new weapon in employment discrimination cases? When employees file discrimination claims, they have often been pre-empted from bringing state law tort claims. A recent seventh circuit case, Naeem v McKesson Drug Co, suggests that courts may be headed in a new direction. Hollander, Eugene K. Mar 1, 2007 2857
The "unrelated works" exception to workers' compensation immunity. Dufoe, William S. Jan 1, 2005 3038
Violence at work: employees attacked on duty have traditionally turned to workers' comp for relief. But an evolving body of law is providing ways around this `exclusive remedy'. Kennedy, Daniel B. Dec 1, 2002 3133
Keeping your client covered: insurance companies routinely deny coverage when an injury results from an apparently intentional act. If you plead the case carefully, your client can be compensated. Murphy, Wendy J. Mar 1, 2002 2003
The intentional acts exclusion. Gunn, Tracy Raffles May 1, 1997 3408
Proof of intentional tort required. Jul 1, 1989 433

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