Participants suggest that the corporate negligence
narrative resonated with them, in part, because it coincided with the shocking realizations that the company had "no clue who was on-shiff" when the mine exploded and that company officials peddled false hopes during the rescue operation that the men might come out alive.
Given the difficulties with proving corporate negligence
, medical-tourism plaintiffs may be better off pursuing a lack of informed consent claim.
When a hospital's cost containment efforts significantly and adversely affect the standard and quality of patient care, the hospital could be subject to increased litigation under the corporate negligence
doctrine for harm shown to have proximately resulted.
Just coincidentally, the October 16 issue had a cover story devoted to a lengthy assault on lawyers who represent injured people against corporate negligence
in Atlanta, her firm has had to deal increasingly with the issue of corporate negligence
. "This stems from employers getting more heavily involved in the delivery of health care.
In a series of articles and op-eds, AAJ has highlighted the danger of secrecy agreements that hide corporate negligence
from the public and take away an incentive for corporations to act responsibly in the future.
The proposed laws will enable company directors to be prosecuted for manslaughter due to corporate negligence
Mr Opik, co-chairman of the All Party Group on Recreation and Adventure, who almost lost his life in a paragliding accident in 1998, said individual responsibility had to be balanced against accusations of corporate negligence
While extreme cases of corporate negligence
can have terrible consequences and should be treated accordingly, the decision reflects the increasing pressure on all companies, and their directors, to be legally accountable for their mistakes--for carelessness as well as for deliberate fraud.
It was only from 1900 that some redress for victims of serious corporate negligence
But while filing some paperwork connected with a housing case, she becomes interested in the detail, and is soon on her way to investigating and uncovering a shocking case of corporate negligence
- in between bringing up her three kids and finding new romance.
The concurring judge could not agree that the plaintiff's claim for corporate negligence
was barred in its entirety because of the application of the doctrine of collateral estoppel.