corporate liability


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corporate liability

Health law A doctrine that hospital and health care centers have an responsibility to Pts that extends beyond that of merely furnishing facilites for treatment
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It comes with a wide range of optional benefits including a corporate liability waiver.
The Crown Prosecution Service concluded there is "insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of a conviction" in relation to corporate liability at News Group Newspapers, the company that published the now defunct News of the World, for alleged phone hacking.
Prosecutors said yesterday there was "insufficient evidence" to bring a corporate liability case against Rupert Murdoch's News Group or criminal charges against 10 individuals at the Mirror Group.
That's because Your House Counsel[R]; -- a national consortium of highly regarded insurance and corporate liability defense law firms -- has already conducted extensive due diligence for clients nationwide.
It added in a statement: "The WRU is aware that, in common with many member clubs, Neath RFC is administered and owned through a company limited by corporate liability and while remaining respectful of that status we will want to ensure that all internal activity at the club is in the best interests of the game in Wales.
The company says corporate liability legislation underpins the need for technical staff to be properly trained and competent to work safely.
Grant, a nurse attorney, and Ballard, a health care executive, health care attorney, and business owner, offer a quick reference for nurses on legal issues related to malpractice and negligence, documentation, informed consent and patient rights, employment law, organization and business law topics (entity types and personal liability for owners, hospital corporate liability, continuous quality improvement and risk management, and corporate compliance), disasters and public health emergencies, and dispute resolution.
The bank said it had started corporate liability action in the civil court in Florence against Mussari and Vigni and an extra-contractual liability action against Nomura regarding the financial restructuring transaction, known as Alexandria, carried out between July and October 2009.
The article will highlight new trends in international law related to corporate liability, as well as instances where the legitimacy of corporate liability has been legally denied.
Analyzing the second issue, the Court then considers "what the sources of international law reveal with respect to the existence of a norm of corporate liability under customary international law," [131] finding "those sources lead inescapably to the conclusion that the customary international law of human rights has not to date recognized liability for corporations that violate its norms.
It does not apply to individuals, as the bill will not introduce new standards but will simply target corporate liability as opposed to the responsibility of individual directors.

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