1 edition of Proving & valuing damages in employment cases found in the catalog.
Proving & valuing damages in employment cases
Joshua M. Davis
|Other titles||Proving and valuing damages in employment cases|
|Statement||chairs, Joshua M. Davis, Ellen J. Zucker ; faculty, Nancy Gertner, Eugenia M. Guastaferri, Paul Holtzman|
|Contributions||Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (1982- )|
|LC Classifications||KFM2734 .P76 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 150 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||2011921795|
The book was written for trial attorneys. However, anyone interested in the grieving process or in how wrongful death cases are litigated will find the book both insightful and highly informative. The book is written in a style that is easy to read and under-stand. In addition, it is well organized and can serve as a quick A number of important differences exist in how courts determine back pay damages in class action cases as compared to individual cases, and this will be the subject of another post. This author served as lead counsel in one of the few class action cases (U.S., et al. v. City of New York) that was litigated through to a class-wide back pay
Past cases give insight into the matter and guide lawyers on how to direct the court in determining the loss. Proof and Evidence. The Plaintiff must prove that his/her financial earnings would be negatively affected by the injury. They might not be as productive and therefore suffer a loss in earning ability or :// Damages under contracts of employment 18 VII. Damages under cases relating to intellectual property 18 5. LAW OF DAMAGES IN INDIA, U.K. AND SINGAPORE: AN OVERVIEW 23 I. Liquidated damages and penalty clauses 23 II. The principle of remoteness of damages 23 III. Grant of punitive damages 24 SION 25
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The Book of Quantum is a guide to the amount which may be awarded in personal injuries cases. It values injuries to the head, arms, legs, neck, back and trunk. The Book of Quantum was first released in June and has not been updated since.
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