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This proposed standard makes the egregiousness of the infringement an explicit element that must be established before enhanced damages can be awarded, resolving part of the uncertainty left by Halo as to whether and what extent egregiousness is actually required.
Justice Thomas's concurrence in Glossip disputed the validity of the Donohue study, in particular its assessment of egregiousness of the underlying crimes, and argued that only juries can make such a determination.
128) In a society where the egregiousness of one's actions is often measured by the financial worth of the aggrieved party's case, resolving these types of conflicts with traditional legal devices is a challenging, if not impossible, endeavor.
Finally, the true test of the egregiousness of this move is illustrated by the fact that it so quickly overshadowed the newly minted worst moment in the history of partisan foreign-policy meddling: the invitation extended by House Speaker John Boehner to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu --an event that took place only the week before.
If a layperson actually understands the legal term "prosecutorial misconduct," he or she may diminish the egregiousness of the prosecutor's actions.
And the fact that civilians in Lebanon continue to be killed and maimed by these de facto landmines simply underscores the egregiousness of the violation.
20 letter, it or its principal members could be reprimanded, censured, suspended, or disbarred, depending on the egregiousness of its refusal to respond.
Factors include the egregiousness of the alleged misconduct, the direct benefit to the company as a result of the violation, whether the misconduct was systemic or isolated and the level of intent or responsibility of the wrongdoers within the company.
The goal of those circuits that permit blanket prohibitions on an offender's Internet access is certainly praiseworthy given the egregiousness of child pornography; however, it fails to account for the impracticality of enforcing such conditions.
Though egregiousness is not a necessary element to attain punitive relief, (225) those cases with a particularly unsympathetic employer are likely to yield higher exemplary damages.
Factors include the egregiousness of the alleged misconduct, the direct benefit to the company as a result of the violation, whether the misconduct systemic or isolated and the level of intent or responsibility of the wrongdoers within the company
He does, however, posit that the timing and egregiousness of Private Slovik's military criminal offenses, in concert with his civilian criminal record, ultimately led to the denial of his request for clemency and his execution.