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And he said the claims that credit unions owe legal damages are untrue and violate ethical standards that prohibit attorneys from demanding damages based on law they know is untrue.
The California Jury sided with Lisa Kudrow's former manager, ordering the "Friends" star to pay a whopping $1.6 million for legal damages.
absorb any potential LIBOR-related fines and legal damages, says Moody's
The company still owes $1 billion in legal damages to Apple after a California court ruled it infringed the iPhone makers patents.
legal damages related to the $1bn awarded to Apple in its case in the US.
Tre' Kitchens, president of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association, who successfully argued against SHRM's bill before the House committee, said companies can discharge legal damages in bankruptcy, while individuals cannot.
TOMMY Sheridan yesterday claimed victory in the latest round of his battle to get legal damages from the News of the World.
TWIA has spent millions on legal damages and fees, and that's one reason for the speculation that it couldn't afford future storms without changes.
Houston, TX, November 05, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Securities fraud litigator Wes Christian and bankruptcy and foreclosure specialist Robert Hackney of Jupiter, Florida will discuss mortgage foreclosure fraud, robo-signing of foreclosure documents and the possible legal damages of wrongful foreclosure actions by banks such as Bank of America and Wells Fargo on "Tim Connolly's Winning Strategies (www.winningstrategies.net) Friday, November 5, 2010 at 9:00 a.m.
NFL fans miffed by the New England Patriots' secret videotaping of their opponents' signals can boycott games or team merchandise, but they can't seek legal damages for "Spygate," a U.S.
Unfortunately, many companies often find themselves having to pay a much higher price down the road through either legal damages or through exposing sensitive company information to the extensive risks that stem from using pirated software."
The policy, provided by Lycetts Hamilton and QBE Insurance (Europe) Ltd, is designed to protect owners of breeding stock from legal damages, including defence costs, in cases of injury or other harm caused by their horses.