alleged wrongdoer

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The FCA, as it is known, enables individuals who suspect fraud against the government to file a lawsuit against the alleged wrongdoer and receive up to 30 percent of any recovery the government ultimately obtains.
of the decedent's relationship with the alleged wrongdoer.
IT is a particularly sour irony that means the only person to have emerged with any credit from the farce surrounding Anthony Carter's suspension, has been the alleged wrongdoer himself.
Every business should have a clearly defined response plan that sets out who is responsible for the investigation, the process to be followed, and how the alleged wrongdoer is dealt with.
On the other hand, if an initial investigation suggests that there is a case to answer, natural justice requires that the alleged wrongdoer should have his or her say (see below).
The alleged wrongdoer can correct mistaken perceptions, if any.
24) Under the will contest exception, the presumption of undue influence actually shifted the burden of proof to the alleged wrongdoer.
What this means is that the victim can receive the attachment order without allowing the alleged wrongdoer to know in advance.
Punitive" damages are supposed to make an example of the alleged wrongdoer.
Is there a sufficient relationship of proximity between the alleged wrongdoer (the accountant) and the person suffering damage such that the wrongdoer reasonably can anticipate that carelessness on his part may be likely to cause harm to the damaged party?
To ensure that we protect everyone's life without discrimination, Alabama law provides that a jury in a wrongful death case must assess the conduct of the alleged wrongdoer, and if the wrongdoer has been shown to be legally responsible for the death, then the amount of the verdict should seek to accomplish two purposes: first, the rendering of a judgment which is commensurate with the enormity of the wrongdoing as demonstrated by the evidence in the case; and second, the delivery of a solemn warning to both the defendant and to others similarly situated that conduct of the same or similar nature in the future will be met with similar results.
A statute of limitations bars actions against alleged wrongdoers after the passage of a specified period of time.