When is a sudden loss of consciousness "reasonably forseeable"?
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In Tn, the employer is liable for the employee's negligence solely on the doctrine of
I don't think we will be required to list cases where the court looked at other jurisdictions.
Think you better check those cases!
In the review the second year student said to know other jurisdictions that TN looked at when they changed the law.
We are responsible for common law and Tn law!
Yes, the fetus must be viable. May be incubated but must be viable, even if born alive.
Ok, someone ask some questions?
NERVOUS YET? Why yes, I am, thanks for asking!
How, I mean HOW, in the world is this woman going to get 180 appellate briefs read in time to post grades. It took 4 weeks to grade them without reading them.
Let's face it folks, it's not going to happen. I suggest following the rules exactly shall be most important and is about the only thing that will get a cursory glance.
And we all know that "I reviewed my notes before our meeting" is junk.
Man, I wish I could live in her fantasy kingdom.
???stirring the pot
I'm sure you meant to say "wrongful life"
When can a non viable fetus recover for wrongful death in TN?