culpable conduct

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Contractor assumes full responsibility for any damages caused to the Client or third parties by the culpable conduct of its employees on / or in connection with the obligations under this contract.
The new definition also identifies culpable conduct that is per se child abuse; that is, intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly engaging in this conduct constitutes child abuse regardless of whether an injury results.
Nisbet admitted reckless and culpable conduct at the city's sheriff court yesterday.
At an earlier hearing, Smith pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless and culpable conduct.
Rogerson was found guilty of reckless and culpable conduct at his former home in Ayr and ordered to do 150 hours of community service.
9) However, an alternative reading of Robinson that would protect the homeless from "camping ordinances" that punish public conduct--under which reading the state would have the power to punish only volitional behavior (10)--seems to lead to a slippery slope: if we cannot punish acts that derive from status, then punishing even exceptionally culpable conduct may be considered cruel and unusual if the behavior is compulsive.
When a risk of harm is created or imposed by a defendant's breach of duty, and a plaintiff who chooses to encounter the risk is injured, comparative fault principles preclude automatically placing total responsibility on either party because the injury in such a case may have been caused by the combined effect of both the defendant's and the plaintiff's culpable conduct.
In other words, where a false statement is made under circumstances involving culpable conduct by an employee that leads to a corporate tax understatement, the employee's culpable conduct will be attributed to his or her employer.
Mr David Calvert-Smith told MPs House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee: "At the moment, the law is, in our view, insufficient to deal with what is culpable conduct.
On the contrary, command officers are sensitive to and aware that a board of rights is an independent process and that they are to be guided by their individual perception of culpable conduct.
407, is relatively simple and straightforward: "Evidence of measures taken after an event, which measures if taken before it occurred would have made the event less likely to occur, is not admissible to prove negligence or culpable conduct in connection with the event.
This legislation also reduces plaintiffs' recoveries in products liability, cases by the percentage of culpable conduct of nonparties, including those immune from suit.