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Origin of tort
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH torttort , torte
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Example sentences from the Web for tort
Instead of a traditional course focused on an area of law such as contracts or torts, the school’s leaders crafted a more personal, broad-ranging look at leadership.Most popular course ever at Georgetown Law? How to fight for justice.|Susan Svrluga|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
That case –— brought by prominent civil rights lawyers including Charles Ogletree and Johnnie Cochran — focused on civil and tort claims seeking reparations on behalf of about 200 survivors and descendants.
They can seek medical tort reform to reduce the don’t-get-sued pressure physicians feel to advocate for more tests or procedures.My cancer might be back—and I wonder if unnecessary radiation caused it in the first place|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
They also hired an attorney and filed a federal tort claim against Customs and Border Protection for personal injury.A Shooting on a Tribal Land Uncovers Feds Running Wild|Caitlin Dickson|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most companies want expanded free-trade deals and tort reform.
Maybe they'd have saved Medicare Advantage from cuts, gotten some sort of tort reform thrown in, or slightly changed the pay-fors.
Many of them instead become the kind of nuisance-lawsuit filer that makes the tort system a costly nightmare.
Saladoff admits that she made the film to advance her anti-tort reform point of view.
As it is an impersonal, artificial thing, a corporation cannot possibly commit a wrong or tort like a natural person.
In many states an action in tort instead of trespass is the proper remedy.
The publication of the same slander by different persons is not a joint tort, it is a distinct wrong done by each slanderer.
As the gist of the tort consists of the injury done to one's reputation, the defamatory statement must have been published.
Why, oh why, is the stealing of one kind of property a criminal offense, and another only a civil tort?Inventors & Inventions|Henry Robinson