This lack of control should motivate parties to settle
a lawsuit with a co-pending IPR/CBM proceeding, or to litigate the dispute to a final conclusion -- whether a final judgment or a settlement not driven by the release of the co-pending IPR/CBM proceeding.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: Although the facts necessary to establish these separate claims are usually closely related, the claims do require different proof: To succeed on a claim alleging negligent failure to settle
, a plaintiff must establish that, considering all the circumstances, the insurer, in deciding not to settle
the claim, failed to exercise reasonable or "ordinary care.
This program uses a panel of three Appeals Team Case Leaders (ATCL) to settle
cases that generally involve significant, high dollar issues.
And whereas there may be persons disposed to interfere with our rights, and thus create distrust, excitement, and alarm; Therefore it is Resolved, that in our case there is safety, only in Union--and a determination to settle
amicably any disputes amongst us, to reciprocate concessions, and avoid every thing, that may have a tendency to create distrust and excitement--to abide explicitly by the wards of the several committees, and defend them in the discharge of the duties assigned to them.
Jim Miller of the University of Saskatchewan and author of Shingwauk's Vision, a book about residential schools in Canada, the federal government has been extremely slow to settle
up with aboriginals.
Some foundries use a "settling" or sediment test, in which a graduated cylinder is filled with coating and the solids content is estimated by the volume that settles
to the bottom, usually overnight.
Our hearts are made for God and love, but we fallen creatures often settle
for their counterfeits, vain images and corrosive lust.
In 1985, the State of Florida passed a law providing that, on each malpractice insurance policy, a clause be added allowing the insurer to settle
a claim without the insured's permission.
By using Rule 68 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to settle
a case, a law enforcement defendant may limit attorney's fees and other costs of litigation, such as expert witness fees.
Failure to settle
can create considerable difficulties for an American investor, who often will have parallel foreign exchange commitments, which do settle
The software's unique Settlement Prophet[TM] application estimates when parties are likely to settle
and for what amount with high accuracy.
30pm WHY don't you settle
down with a loved-one tonight and watch the Yorkshire St Leger?
vice presidents agreed to pay a total of $140,000 to settle
civil insider-trading charges that they sold or shorted company shares before an announcement of an earnings decline.
In contrast, if the taxpayer instead sold the stock into the market and used the sale proceeds to settle
the forward contract, the taxpayer would realize gain or loss on both the stock (equal to the difference between the taxpayer's basis therein and the amount realized on the sale) and the forward contract (equal to the amount of cash delivered to the forward contract counterparty).
The remaining provisions of this Statement are consistent with the Board's proposal to revise that definition to encompass certain obligations that a reporting entity can or must settle
by issuing its own equity shares, depending on the nature of the relationship established between the holder and the issuer.