The causes of the First World War have been debated many times. They remain one of the most commented upon discussions in our history. The reason why is obvious. 2,141 more words
Tags » Causation
The government need to learn about the link between correlation and causality. Denial of culpability is not good enough.
Regular enough readers of this blog know that I tend to harp on the judicial obligation to set out the applicable law correctly.
Some readers of this blog who still remember their university days may remember finding out that it wasn’t enough to get to the seemingly correct answer. 2,483 more words
If you are injured by someone because they were avoiding someone who was negligent, can you sue the person who was negligent?
This is a little off subject for me but something I’ve always wondered about. Here a car moves into the bike lane and the first rider stops; the second rider hits the first, injured and sues the driver. 846 more words
We are at post 29 about causation. Yes, 29 posts. That alone should tell you how complex causation has become in federal discrimination law. It is important to take a minute to connect our causation discussion with broader themes about statutory interpretation. 314 more words