However, in light of the new 2008 statutory amendment, you now face mandatory treble damages
(plus attorneys' fees and court costs), and could owe more than a quarter of a million dollars (10 employees x $50 per week x 52 weeks x 3 year statute of limitations x 3 for treble damages
158) Accordingly, courts determined whether RICO's treble damages
provision was "punitive" or "remedial.
26, HUD issued Mortgagee Letter 2008-07, warning lenders that they may be assessed treble damages
whenever they are found to have failed to engage in loss-mitigation efforts as defined by HUD regulations.
Since the Washington Supreme Court observed no distinction between treble damages
and exemplary damages in 1981, it is difficult to distinguish IFCA's penalties from punitive damages.
IMF Publications is seeking these enhanced statutory damages, treble damages
, and punitive damages "to the extent permitted by law.
Liberty Mutual was awarded treble damages
, counsel fees, and investigative costs totaling $82,412.
The penalties for misclassification are steep and include treble damages
for civil actions brought by workers; In addition, the liability for such penalties and damages includes entities, officers and management.
In addition to the damages sought under each count of the complaint, the insurers seek treble damages
as provided for by the anti-terrorism statute and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
Antitrust Treble Damages
Not Precluded by Punitive Damages Exclusion
The district court held that the detainee stated a cognizable civil rights complaint against the sheriff, and the detainee pled a cause of action under a state law that provided that a keeper of a jail must pay treble damages
if he/she does any wrong or injury to a detainee, and is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.
The book attempts to explain the historical background and evolving relationship between antitrust treble damages
and punitive damages as it developed through case law and recent legislation.
The class-action lawsuit, filed in Worcester Superior Court, names Provident and Paul Revere as defendants and seeks treble damages