... There is the capacity to run networking cables between
network devices, but all the users should connect to
the unit networks using a wireless device.
george hillis iii
... Remained in the station's top 5 advertising categories from 1995 to present. Rewarded with
year-end bonus from Executive Management for meeting or exceeding goals.
Reduced overhead by combining two positions resulting in a savings of $180k annually.
Saved the station 1.5 million dollars in equipme ...
... damages awarded to show that the loss or
harm suffered was technical rather than
Resume of David T. Shulick, Esquire
... Previous In House Counsel, Real Estate Development, Acquisition and Corporate Experience (August, 1999 - March, 2015)
Part-time role as In-House Counsel role for family founded businesses on part time basis. Provided extensive in-house counsel
services, developed operational policies, contracts, hum ...
... This was the plaintiff’s third ground of appeal.
It is so that there was no single document or written contract
signed by both parties, which incorporated the defendant’s
standard general terms of sale. However it was an undisputed
fact that each of the order confirmations incorporating the
... A. Cyber Tort—not a new tort, but old torts that are now being committed in
B. Liability of Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
i. Newspapers, magazines, and television and radio stations may be held liable
for defamatory remarks that they disseminate.
ii. Under the Communications Decency ...
Offer and Acceptance Review
... Canadian History of Restitution
Canada’s history begins with Deglman v. Guaranty Trust Co. of Canada (1954) on the common law side, and Petkus v.
Becker (1980) on the equity side
Today, Canada has the most developed law of restitution in the commonwealth (much influenced by US)
Deglman v. Guaran ...
Consideration - 2012 Book Archive
... Scrooge and Caspar’s. But there is a common class of contracts in which nominal
consideration—usually one dollar—is recited in printed forms. Usually these are
option contracts, in which “in consideration of one dollar in hand paid and receipt
of which is hereby acknowledged” one party agrees to hol ...
Juarez v. AutoZone Stores, Inc.
Juarez v. AutoZone Stores, Inc., Case No. 08-CV-00417-WVG (S.D. Cal. Nov. 17, 2014), was a court case in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California which is believed to be the largest single-plaintiff employment verdict in United States history at $185,872,719.52. This case is also believed to be the largest punitive damages verdict awarded to a single plaintiff in an employment discrimination lawsuit.