whether (defendant) negligently failed to warn about particular risks involved in the use of (the product), and, if so, whether that failure to warn was a legal cause
of the [loss] [injury] [or] [damage] to (claimant, decedent, or person for whose injury claim is made).
For example, the UK's RIP Act (Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000) authorizes British public authorities showing legal cause
to access data at RIM's European data centre in England.
The decision gives increased momentum to a legal cause
that already has compiled an impressive record in the lower courts after the Supreme Court last year struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Was there negligence on the part of RACHEL ROWE which was a legal cause
of damage to BETTY JONES?
None of the claims supports a legal cause
A year and a half after Martin, 27, became a legal cause
celebre, the strange thing about watching the man with the painfully withered right leg pursue a PGA career in a golf cart is how normal it all seems.
whether (defendant) [negligently failed to maintain his premises in a reasonably safe condition], [or] [negligently failed to correct a dangerous condition about which (defendant) either knew or should have known, by the use of reasonable care,] [or] * [negligently failed to warn (claimant) of a dangerous condition about which (defendant) had, or should have had, knowledge greater than that of (claimant)]; and, if so, whether such negligence was a legal cause
of [loss] [injury] [or] [damage] to (claimant, decedent or person for whose injury claim is made).
A challenge to a person's right to vote must be done for legal cause
, and the challenger must state the specific reason for the challenge, Ms.
Conversely, our assertion that she walked away from her contractual obligations without legal cause
is fully supported by the record.
District Judge Richard Matsch said the wall would stay up and transcripts of closed-door arguments to dismiss jurors for legal cause
, along with information that could allow jurors to be identified by their numbers.
In order to be regarded as a legal cause
of [loss] [injury] [or] [damage] [a defect in a product] [negligence] need not be the only cause.
They allege that their Constitutional rights were violated when inspectors targeted them because of their race and gender, and detained and searched them without legal cause
or due process.
NAACP Chairman and Civil Rights Leader, Julian Bond, to Speak Tuesday, July 30, 2002 to Leading Chicago Lawyers and Major Law Firm Members; Sachnoff & Weaver, Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw, and NBC Reporter, Renee Ferguson, Honored for Their Efforts to Advance Civil Rights, Including Pro Bono Collaborations with the Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Inc