Plaintiff Essays

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Dissolution Of Partnership

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    Singh Muker v Arumugam Deva Rajah (1998), there is a facts that in 1977 the plaintiff was undertaken in a legal firm known as Lovelace & Hastings as a partners by the defendant and also Marjoribanks. In 1985, Marjoribanks retires as a partner and therefore the plaintiff and the defendant carried on the business as partners under the name of the firm. There was differences began between the plaintiff and defendant. The plaintiff then had the intention to dissolve the partnership by giving the notice to

  • Hugo Boss Hong Kong Case Study

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    Hugo Boss Hong Kong Ltd. Vs. The Britain Boss International Co. Ltd. Background In November 2013, Plaintiff H (Hugo Boss Hong Kong Ltd.) filed a legal proceeding against Defendant B (The Britain Boss International Co. Ltd.) on grounds of trademark infringement. The basis of this infringement is the particularity of one word in the entitled name of both parties’ brand – “Boss”. Furthermore, Plaintiff H has asserted that it is due to Defendant B’s usage of almost identical typography and emphasis of

  • Premier League Association Case Study

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    Case note joined cases C-403/08 and C-249/08 Premier League Association Kaylee Meijer 4086600 Eva Kok 4098986 Seminar group 13 T. M. L. Pham Words: 1016 Joined cases C-403/08 and C-249/08 Premier League Association Case C-403/08 concerns a civil action brought by ‘FAPL’. The action was brought against public houses which have shown matches of the Premier League, using Greek decoder cards, and against the organizations who supplied these cards. In case

  • Factors Affecting Effective Staffing

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    Staffing is the process of ensuring that adequate numbers and appropriate personnel are available to meet the daily unit’s needs and organizational goals. It can also be defined as a process of ensuring and assigning the right personnel with the right with the right qualification to a job at the right time to ensure that the organizational goals are met. Appropriate staffing is one factor which affects patient care greatly. Any deficit in level of staffing poses a negative effect on the health care

  • Advantages Of Monopsony Power In Nursing

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    Nursing "Shortages": Monopsony Power in the Market for Registered Nurses? In the labor market for Registered nurses, Monopsony power may contribute to the apparent shortages of Registered nurses. Monopsony occurs where there is one major employer and many workers seeking to gain employment. Many reasons could be there for such distortions, like, workers are paid less than their marginal revenue product. Also, firms with monopsony power often have a degree of monopoly selling power. This enables

  • Suits Movie Analysis

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    Introduction This movie review is about an American drama series Suits which is basically about law. The series premiered in 23 June 2011. The main actors: Gabriel Macht plays as Harvey Specter,Patrick J Adams as Michael Ross, Meghan Markle as Rachael Zane,Sarra Rafferty as Donna Paulsen, Rick Hoffman as Louis Litt and Gina Torres as Jessica Pearson. And from my character analysis; Harvey is a well known lawyer and is the heart of their firm as he is the best closer in the industry. In the beginning

  • Dhl Worldwide Express Case Study Solution

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    Question 1 a) DHL Worldwide Express was founded by three young shipping executives, Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom, and Robert Lynn, by combining their last names as the company name (DHL). DHL is the world’s oldest and largest international air-express company. It is a privately held worldwide delivery service comprised of DHL Airways and DHL International. It began as an air-courier service from California to Hawaii since 1969 and then the firm has grown and dominates the global express marketplace

  • Indira Gandhi's Communization In Hindi

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    .In fact in many cultured communities within India and perhaps amongst Indians abroad a good command of a foreign language in English or French gains higher status perhaps because of the connectivity to the global language and culture and more importantly globalisation. The Indian diaspora is successful outside India due to a good linguistic command on English,the global language English language best links Indians better than perhaps the national language Hindi and most parts of Southern India still

  • Nursing Staffing In Nursing

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    staffing in nursing? Budget based, in which nursing staff is allocated according to nursing hours per patient day. Nurse-patient ratio in which the number of nurses per number of patients or patients days determines staffing levels. Patient acuity, in which patient characteristics re used to determine a shift’s staffing needs. According to Cambridge dictionary, inadequate means too low in quality or too small in amount; not enough. Simply put, inadequate nurse staffing is too low in quality or too

  • Disadvantages Of Judicial Precedent

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    Question 2 Stare Decisis In Malaysia legal system, stare decisis refers to the doctrine of precedent. This means that a case decided by court will be used to answer future legal disputes. Apparently, a later judge should make a same decision as the earlier judge since everything is being equal. However, a judge’s decision will contain some materials which are irrelevant. Thus, we cannot assume every material mentioned by the judge is important or binding when we are talking about ‘binding precedent’

  • Swot Analysis Of Sally Beauty Holdings

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    Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. (SBH) is one of the largest international beauty supply retailer and distributors in the United States. Sally Beauty Holdings ranks as #643 on the list of Fortune 1000 Companies. According to Sally Beauty Holdings 2013 Annual Report, the company has $3.6 billion in revenue and $261 billion in net earnings. The company operates under two segments, Sally Beauty Supply and Beauty Systems Group. Both segments make up a combined total of 4,669 stores under the Sally Beauty

  • Plaintiff Case Study

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    novelty and inventive step. The plaintiff has filed an application to strike out patents Malaysia Defendant No. MY-119064-A and MY-119147-A as the invention described in the '064 and' 147 Patents lack of novelty and inventive step. Plaintiffs allege that Defendants served as Office Manager Malaysia Plaintiffs between January 1991 and December 1992 and has access to information and documents relevant to Plaintiffs' products and their patent documents confidential. Soon

  • Plaintiff Case Analysis

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    Plaintiff once again argues that it was the prevailing party and that an award of attorney fees and expenses to defendants should, therefore, be denied. Plaintiff acknowledges that it bases its argument on the same authorities used to support its Opposition to Defendants’ Motion to Strike Plaintiff’s Memorandum of Costs. Because the authorities and argument on this point are set forth in Defendants’ Reply to Plaintiff’s Opposition to Defendants’ Motion to Strike Plaintiff’s Memorandum of Costs, the

  • Dillon V. Dunnes Stores (1966. IR 397 Case Study

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    shop assistant and also director of the company, and was found guilty of pilfering store goods. The plaintiff had to be and was detained for a long time in the defendant 's offices and questioned intrrogated by and about the and suspected alleged theft. She was told that she was was ordered that until a written confession os made she will not go out confession, which she eventually did. The plaintiff claimed damages for false imprisonment, and for conspiracy to imprison unlawfully. At the trial of

  • Volenti Non-Fit Injuria Report

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    Harwood, the plaintiff was injured while rescuing a woman who was in grave danger. The defendants’ servant left a horse-drawn van in a crowded street unattended. When he was away, two boys came and threw a stone at the horses due to which they broke free and started running. The plaintiff saw this and he saw that a woman was in grave danger and to save her he ran out and stopped the horses. But while

  • Examples Of Contributory Negligence

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    INTRODUCTION In law of torts, there are many defences which the defendant can use against the plaintiff, when sued for specific torts. Negligence which is one of the most important tort has mainly three defences, namely, a) Contributory Negligence, b) Volenti fit non injuria, c) Ex turpi causa non oritur action. Of these three, I will be discussing Contributory Negligence as defence against the plaintiff. II. NEGLIGENCE An introduction to Negligence will give a better understanding to Contributory

  • Principles Of Negligence

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    to determine a guilty party when someone acts in a careless manner and causes injury to another person. Negligence names the careless person legally liable. In order to win, the plaintiff must prove four different elements. The first element that must be proven is Duty of Care. The defendant must have owed the plaintiff legal duty of care. This comes in many different forms. Legal duty, for example, is present when operating a vehicle. The driver must drive with a certain level of care as to not

  • Thorpe V Pornd Case Study

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    the case of Addis v Gramophone Co. Ltd , the plaintiff was employed by the defendant as a manager. However, the defendant in breach of contract dispensed the plaintiff’s services and replaced him with a new manager. The plaintiff then brought an action for breach of contract claiming that the level of damages should reflect the circumstances in which he was dismissed has damaged his reputation and ability to find suitable employment. Initially the plaintiff was awarded damages. However the defendant

  • Ipsa Loquitur Case Analysis

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    Introduction The plaintiff, Scott, who was a Custom House officer of twenty-six years standing. On 19 January 1864, the plaintiff was at the defendants’ docks and had performed his duty at the East Quay as superintendent of the weighing of goods. Mr. Lilley, his superior officer, directed the plaintiff to go from the East Quay to Spirit Quay, which he proceeded to do, leaving to pass the defendants’ warehouses in his way. Unable to find Lilley, the plaintiff inquired of a workman where he was, and

  • Pearson V. Chung: Tort Reform Case

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    In Pearson v. Chung, the plaintiff deposits a pair of pants for alterations and when he gets them back after a few days of delay, he claims that the defendant lost the pair of pants and sues for inconvenience, cost of pants, mental anguish and unfair trade practices. He initially sues for $67 million but later for a lesser amount. The plaintiff claims that the defendant switched the original pair of pants with a similar one in order to escape the liability but the defendant denies it. Both the sides