Both the LAT and NYT are on the front page with the news that in Dallas yesterday, a jury found the local Roman Catholic diocese liablefor $120 million in damages in connection with a sex abuse complaint brought against a priest by 10 men and the family of another who committed suicide.
A sensitivity analysis was performed to evaluate the effect of inclusion of those studies most liableto various types of bias.
As an example, the Times says that an HMO that directs a patient to a pharmacy could be liableif the pharmacy abuses that patient's records.
The Wall Street Journal reports that a jury in Muncie, Indiana ruled that the nation's largest cigarette makers shouldn't be held liablein the lung cancer death of a non-smoking nurse.
The directors applied for the liquidator’s claim to be struck out, arguing that they could not be held liableunder s 300 for breaches that occurred before the company had reregistered under the 1993 Act.
2) Even if an employee does not suffer adverse job consequences for rejecting a supervisor's advances, the employer can be held liableunless a) the employer shows it "exercised reasonable care to prevent and correct promptly any sexually harassing behavior" and b) the employee "unreasonably failed to take advantage of any preventive or corrective opportunities."
Every person who is guilty of receiving is liableas follows: 140550
The first person that drank was to empty the tankard to the first peg or pin; the second was to empty to the next pin, &c.; by which means the pins were so many measures to the compotators, making them all drink alike, or the same quantity; and as the distance of the pins was such as to contain a large draught of liquor, the company would be very liableby this method to get drunk, especially when, if they drank short of the pin, or beyond it, they were obliged to drink again.
Any individual who contravenes subsection (2) of this section commits an offence and is liableon summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $10,000.