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189) Restitutory laws ensure smooth functioning of the division of labor, and therefore they are still enforced by the state's coercive power to sanction.
Many of the criminal prohibitions addressed in misdemeanor court are acts that straddle the line between restitutory and penal, occupying a liminal status between coordination rules and foundational moral values.
Considered abstractly, the managerial approach--only engaging the heavy machinery of criminal law's capacity to permanently mark a person and impose a formal punishment where there is some indication the person persistently flouts the rules--is an appealing principle for administering rules that sit between restitutory and penal.
009 displace conflicting tort, restitutory, and other law of this state providing civil remedies for misappropriation of a trade secret.
FUTSA merely states that it displaces "conflicting tort, restitutory, and other law of this state providing civil remedies for misappropriation of a trade secret.
That language states that FUTSA "displace[s] conflicting tort, restitutory, and other law of this state providing civil remedies for misappropriation of a trade secret.
The potential subtleties involved with the different language versions of the judgment may suggest less than full restitutory compensation.
New inroads are being made through developments in the law and many restitutory lawyers and notable academics are seeking out new ways to bring these recalcitrant directors to book and more importantly to trace assets applied into other companies or even individuals hands.