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done by design

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habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

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Willful acts must be voluntary rather than accidental or unconscious United States v.
The analysis also showed that 63 percent (50 of 79) of all fatal mishaps involved willful non-compliance with only 15 percent (12 of 79) involving unintentional non-compliance.
indifference and instead holding that willful blindness can satisfy the
cases where the court finds both willful infringement and other acts of
Prior to the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA), 31 USC Sections 5322 and 5321(a)(5) provided criminal and civil penalties for willful violation of the reporting requirements.
Ted Fitzgerald, an OSHA spokesman in Boston, says the willful designation reflects the fact that Delta had been fined $381,000 in 1999 for the same type of violations.
Following a three-day trial in October, the Little Rock federal jury found that Perry County had willful violated the 1938 labor law by not paying Tammy M.
The California Insurance Code, Section 533 provides: "An insurer shall not be liable for a loss caused by the willful act of the insured.
Strike One: You're sued for compensatory and punitive damages by a tenant who claims - whether or not this is true - your terrible, willful negligence caused their injury.
While there is something tragically unbearable about the willful death of a philosopher who always, in the final instance, exalted and summoned the forces of life, it would be a mistake to see a contradiction between Deleuze's philosophy and his final, parting gesture.
Despite their differences, all depart from the Qur'an's uncompromising depiction of God as the willful Creator and Sustainer of all things by introducing the Neoplatonic doctrines into their cosmology.
After a 1989 explosion killed 23 workers at the Phillips plant in Pasadena, Texas, OSHA found 575 willful and serious safety violations.
Willful failure to file is a misdemeanor punishable by a maximum fine of $25,000 or one year in prison, or both, plus prosecution costs (Internal Revenue Code section 7203).
The jury did not find the infringement to be willful.
The penalty is capped at $10,000 (with willful violations subject to penalties of up to $100,000).