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RPPRadio Packet Processor
RPPRural Provider Project
RPPRandomized Power-Control Policy
RPPRamified Poisson Process
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Gruender said the Missouri Supreme Court has not yet addressed how the "reasonably prudent person" test in Powel applies in a case such as Levitt's, in which the injury was only beginning to be linked to a certain cause by developing science.
* A reasonably prudent person would have taken Ezekiel to a doctor.
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The court considered what would have been apparent to a reasonably prudent person at the time the defendant required the plaintiff to run a mile.
In response, Babylon failed to demonstrate that a reasonably prudent person, upon learning of the incident, would have a good faith, objective basis for believing that litigation would not be commenced (see Ferreira v Mereda Realty Corp., 61 AD3d 463 [2009]).
However, when a reasonably prudent person considers the deplorable deliberate conduct of Mosada, it is more than 'a distance too far to stretch" to characterize his action in assaulting Andrea as something done while acting in the scope of his employment.
Warren all relevant information that would have enabled her to make an informed decision regarding surgery and that a reasonably prudent person in her position would not have consented to surgery if adequately informed of all the significant perils.
The prudent man rule, (based on common law) generally instructs that a prudent person is one who exercises the degree of skill, care and diligence that a reasonably prudent person would exercise under the same or similar circumstances.
The court ruled that to establish a cause of action based on negligent hiring and supervision, it must be shown that "the employer knew or should have known of the employee's propensity for the conduct which caused the injury." Further, the court stated that there is no common-law duty to institute specific procedures for hiring employees unless the employer knows of facts that would lead a reasonably prudent person to investigate the employee.
The Connecticut State Elections Enforcement Commission has ruled the ban on lobbyists giving and soliciting funds applies when an expressed request for a contribution is made, or when a request is made that a reasonably prudent person would not construe as anything else.
Negligence is a tort that deals with harmful conduct not ordinarily expected of a reasonably prudent person. It has nothing to do with the good or bad intentions of the perpetrator.
The duty of care requires directors to be informed and exercise their duties with the care that a reasonably prudent person would exercise under similar circumstances.