Ask a Cleveland Browns fan (if there are any left, that is): Experience really does matter. Grabbing the hottest college quarterback (Charlie Frye, Brady Quinn, Colt McCoy, Johnny Manziel, Deshawn Kiser) with zero NFL experience has not been… 1,577 more words
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To be totally fair to Willy Wonka, at least a couple of those candy factory casualties involved kids deliberately circumventing reasonable safeguards, sometimes aided and abetted by the parents who were supposed to be supervising them.
Rodriguez v. City of New York Makes Plaintiff's Negligence Personal Injury Actions Partial Summary Judgment Motions Success Easier
“This appeal requires us to answer a question that has perplexed courts for some time: Whether a plaintiff is entitled to partial summary judgment on the issue of a defendant’s liability, when, as here, defendant has arguably raised an issue of fact regarding plaintiff’s comparative negligence. 58 more words