ordinary care

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Synonyms for ordinary care

the care that a reasonable man would exercise under the circumstances

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With global volatility on the rise, a number of our federal agency clients are beginning to look very closely at the technology and communications processes available to enhance their duty of care responsibility to their travelers," said Jim Lucier, Senior Vice President, Federal Government at Concur.
About Duty of Care Conference Duty of Care - Protecting Workers and Students Overseas Conference provides an opportunity to network with industry to share ideas and best practices on Duty of Care.
This Article answers the question: If there was no corporation law of fiduciary duty of care and tort law applied instead, what would the legal framework of a director's duty and standard of liability look like?
Woodward is alleged to have breached his duty of care to the deceased by failing to end the deployment of colleagues wearing breathing apparatus for the purpose of "offensive" firefighting.
It was always about establishing the principle that emergency services have a duty of care.
There has long been a duty of care expected between.
These people say they have no duty of care - all that means is they don't care.
My son's death needs to be a reminder that any complacency, a lack of duty of care or cost with regard to a person's safety is unacceptable at any time and on any terms.
So should the greyhound promoters also have a duty of care in not being seen to promote exorbitant lending products to their customers?
There was no doubt that the defendant doctor owed AT a duty of care as his patient.
In so doing, the court made it explicit that veterinarians, as members of professions or trades, owe a duty of care in accordance with section 299A of the restatement (Second) of Torts.
THE Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007, which came into force this week, aims to make it easier to convict companies that have fatally breached their duty of care.
Neil Martin's attempts to claim damages had been blocked by a High Court ruling that Revenue and Customs owed no duty of care to victims of bad advice, delay or incompetence.
The judge found that the local authority did have a duty of care in negligence to the Bs, but, on the facts, dismissed their claim since he considered they had not been able to prove that the incidents had amounted to a 'campaign' of interference, or that the birth family had been responsible for them.
the existence of a duty of care owed by the defendant to the plaintiff;