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A variant of proximate cause is when the harm suffered is a natural expectation of the underlying condition, and the wrongdoer's negligence simply deprived the victim of some chance of reducing that risk.
A similar procedure was followed while taking flour samples for preparing blends to conduct proximate composition analysis and to prepare breads.
The benefits of experience accumulated in countries proximate to the MNE's home country on the MNE's subsequent foreign expansions has been well documented (e.
This Article argues that using proximate cause in statutes raises many theoretical, doctrinal, and practical problems, and that, to date, courts have engaged in crude statutory interpretation that largely ignores these issues.
Conversely, a few district and appellate courts have ruled the statute's proximate cause requirement is limited to a far narrower category of losses.
These words are frustratingly familiar to any judge advocate faced with explaining the concept of "proximate cause" to IOs and commanders, who are often tempted to focus on negligence alone, and treat proximate causation as "obvious" or ignore it altogether.
Holmes is the seminal United States Supreme Court decision that discusses the directness requirement, and the Ohio Supreme Court has adopted the Holmes Court's proximate cause analysis," Suhrheinrich wrote.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: Although not every trial judge's failure to tailor the law to the facts mandates reversal, the case presented a critical dispute about proximate cause.
In opposition, Weil-McLain sought to present evidence that the sole proximate cause of Clarence's death was his exposure to asbestos-containing products of other entities.
The proximate cause theory holds felons accountable for any foreseeable deaths that occur during the commission or attempted commission of a felony.
The trial court denied the hospital's motion for partial summary judgment finding that there were genuine issues of material fact as to whether the nurses employed by the hospital were negligent in their care and treatment of the patient and if so whether that negligence was a proximate cause of her death.
But You Are the Weather, 1994-95, Clowd and Cloun (Blue) and Clowd and Cloun (Gray) (both 2001), and Doubt by Water, 2003-2004, demonstrated that atmospheric or geographic conditions, in the trace of an exposure or a proximate representation, could infiltrate and perturb the human facies, imbuing it with a dissociated abundance.