foreseeably


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foreseeably

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The court ruled that the word "accident" in the policy pertained not only to an unintentional or unexpected event that, if it occurred, would foreseeably bring on death, but equally to an intentional or expected event that unintentionally or unexpectedly had that result.
Both opinions move illegitimately from the fact that in some instances, the right to refuse medical treatment foreseeably results in a more rapid death (which in some cases will have been the intention of the right-holder) to a redescription of that right as "the right to hasten death.
In denying recovery, Judge Cardozo insisted that the central tort concept of duty be defined relationally between a particular defendant's risk-creating conduct and a foreseeably endangered plaintiff.
First, courts have been willing to impose liability whenever a person's misconduct foreseeably could injure another.
For example, members of the academic community should take care not to express themselves in a manner which threatens, intimidates or silences others; which tends to create a perception of unfairness or favoritism unrelated to excellence; or which foreseeably may chill the speech of students or less senior faculty members.
The asset transferred must foreseeably result in benefit to the transferee in an amount commensurate with its value; and
while uncompensated or potential harm may in some circumstances be properly considered in assessing the constitutionality of a punitive damages award, here defendant's fraud neither caused nor foreseeably threatened to cause $400,000 in harm to plaintiff.
If the rich countries use their great bargaining power to insist on international rules that are heavily slanted in their own favor, and these rules foreseeably lead to much worse global poverty than would be the case under a fair set of rules, then it seems quite intuitive to say that the rich are "harming" the poor.
The White court ruled that the issue of duty was incorrectly decided by the trial court given that the trial court failed to consider whether the defendant installer's conduct foreseeably created a broader "zone of risk" that posed a general threat of harm to others.
This radical inequality and the continuous misery and death toll it engenders are foreseeably reproduced under the present global institutional order as we have shaped it.
Having InfoExpress' CyberGatekeeper integrated into the NAC program will foreseeably advance our ability to enforce granular security policies on all endpoints and give us added assurance that non-compliant, infected or rogue devices do not enter our network," said Marc Goff, technical services manager of Red Bull North America.
The court held that if the promoter had instructed the wrestler to provoke and incite patrons, then the promoter was liable because such provocation would foreseeably result in fights and injuries.