The plaintiff, an assistant professor of military history, failed to establish a prima facie case that his employer recommended his termination based on anti-military animus, rather than on the plaintiff’s dishonest actions. 46 more words
An employee of the U.S. Navy cannot proceed on claims arising from another employee allegedly striking him with her car.
Another judge of this court, in dismissing the plaintiff’s prior suit arising out of the same incident, held that the driver was acting within the scope of her federal employment at the time of the accident. 171 more words
Towards a Tort of Political Negligence: Political Deceit, Political Misrepresentation and the Brexit Conundrum
Dr Hamiisi J Nsubuga
PhD (Law), LLM, PGDL, LLB.
Lecturer in Law, Law School, Middlesex University London, UK.
The tort of negligence can be defined as negligentlyor carelessly causing damage or injury to someone, who may in turn hold the perpetrator liable for such injury or damage. 1,710 more words
#8. A BRIEF ANALYSIS: The Tort of Rylands v Fletcher and the role it plays in protecting the environment.
To an extent the tort of Rylands v Fletcher still plays a role in protecting the environment due to its specific and specialised focus on protecting against damage caused by the escape of hazardous substances. 1,316 more words