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LIABLiability
LIABLobbyist-In-A-Box (software)
LIABLove Is a Battlefield
LIABLinux in a Box
LIABLife Is A Bitch
LIABLocal Investment Advisory Board (California)
LIABLisp in A Box
LIABLabrador Institute Advisory Board (Canada)
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For me the district institutions simply mean the liability to pay fourpence halfpenny for every three acres, to drive into the town, sleep with bugs, and listen to all sorts of idiocy and loathsomeness, and self-interest offers me no inducement."
Berkley Professional Liability, a Berkley Company, has expanded its product offerings to include a primary private company management liability policy.
In general, a partner is allocated a share of a partnership liability under Sec.
The doctrine of liability that essentially makes one party responsible for the misconduct of another is known as "vicarious liability" There are a host of legal doctrines that can result in vicarious liability in the alliance setting.
Sellers want to be free of environmental liability after the sale, while buyers are reluctant to assume liability for a potentially contaminated site.
Under this exception, a liability is treated as incurred for a year if:
Once these are established, a risk reduction plan can be implemented to minimize the exposure as much as possible through administrative procedures; then consideration can be given to transferring the rest of the risk to an insurance company through the purchase of employee benefits liability and fiduciary liability.
"Many private companies are planning activities that may increase their exposure to management liability risks," Lisa McGee, vice president, Chubb & Son, said in a statement.
Employers have been held to a strict standard of liability, referred to as vicarious liability, for the sexually harassing conduct of supervisors, enabling employees alleging they were the victims of sexual harassment to hold employers liable without the need to establish knowledge or constructive knowledge of the offending conduct and failure to remedy it on the part of the employer.
In fact, some states have exculpation statutes that shield directors from personal liability for breaching a duty of care.
Since income taxes are generally self assessed, the primary uncertainty about the benefit is whether the taxing authority will assert a sustainable, post-filing claim that the enterprise owes an additional liability. This is conceptually similar to other claims addressed by FAS 5.