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the performance of a legal contract as specified by its terms

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The model encourages lawyers to research whether some aspect of the plaintiff's conduct raises juror suspicion, causing jurors to mistrust the plaintiff and the case.
Although county produced evidence to show that plaintiff's conduct increased the risk he would be injured, such evidence pertains to plaintiff's comparative fault--a question for the jury," he wrote.
Moreover, mitigation of damages concerns a plaintiff's conduct after an accident, not before.
CCH said it is designed to give litigating attorneys new and creative ways to approach the law" and covers such topics as theories of liability, the defect, problems of proof and causation, warnings and defenses based on the plaintiff's conduct.
On February 12, the Second Circuit ruled that while the plaintiff's conduct in West was certainly sanctionable, dismissal was too drastic.
On appeal, Bishop Hill contends that it is immune from suit; that plaintiff was not a permitted or intended user of the area where she fell; that the village did not owe plaintiff a duty because the slope was an open and obvious danger; and that the plaintiff's conduct bars her recovery.
THE MERITOR STANDARD: PLAINTIFF'S CONDUCT MAY BE RELEVANT TO WHETHER HARASSMENT WAS WELCOMED
Will the plaintiff's conduct be taken into account and considered to reduce damages?
It should also be noted that EMCC, European Micro plc and Messer's Gallagher and Shields have filed a Complaint against the Plaintiffs and Big Blue Europe as a nominal defendant in Holland for damages incurred by, among others, Big Blue Europe as a result of Plaintiff's conduct.
Research on juror bias suggests there may be a correlation between authoritarianism and jurors who are likely to be highly critical of the plaintiff's conduct and hold him or her to a standard that those same authoritarians openly violate.