No difference in feed consumption of fish in this study probably supported full compensatory
growth of fish.
Do plants produce large compensatory
shoots in response to browsing in order to grow taller so that new shoots can grow beyond the reach of terrestrial herbivores, or are they attempting to grow above interspecific competitors in order to secure more sunlight?
awards made by a tribunal can be reduced if the employee:
Municipal conservation commissions usually cooperate with developers in the process of identifying and selecting property to conserve land where compensatory
wetland mitigation will be performed off-site.
Judge Eldon Fallon on Wednesday ruled the $50 million in compensatory
damages was too high based on Barnett's health following the heart attack.
The Corps has developed guidance that establishes two primary oversight activities for compensatory
mitigation: requiring the parties performing mitigation to periodically submit monitoring reports to the Corps and
damages are those which are most directly related to a contractor's failure to complete a project.
Thursday's award represents only the Texas portion of the case, with plaintiffs in the other two states seeking an additional $30 million in compensatory
awards and punitive damages, as well.
In November 2002, a court awarded CGB nearly $2 million--$685,000 in compensatory
damages and $1.
It was 145 times the compensatory
award, intended to pay plaintiffs back for actual, measurable losses such as medical bills and lost wages.
The court further suggested that determining a reasonable relationship between an award of compensatory
damages and a punitive damages award, courts should consider the size of the compensatory
Justice Anthony Kennedy suggested that "in practice, few awards exceeding a single-digit ratio between punitive and compensatory
damages" will satisfy due process.