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  • Cort comments that the Archdiocese of Boston famously suffered from sexual abuse by priests, and by misfeasance and perhaps malfeasance by bishops in dealing with that abuse. He comments that his wife's proposed resolution in creating a unified response is a classic example of the faithful and the laity organizing for the good of their community.

  • ...For example, where a person's interests are affected by a ...

  • ... One would be misfeasance or malfeasance, as occurred, for example, with MF ...

  • ... in the Court of Appeals, presents an example of statutory language which supplied sufficient ... line between `nonfeasance' and `misfeasance.'. ". . . An order of the Commission dismissing a ...

  • The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission or CFTC) is adopting regulations to implement certain provisions of Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd- Frank Act). These regulations set forth reporting and recordkeeping requirements and daily trading records requirements for swap dealers (SDs) and major swap participants (MSPs). These regulations also set forth certain duties imposed upon SDs and MSPs registered with the Commission with regard to: Risk management procedures; monitoring of trading to prevent violations of applicable position limits; diligent supervision; business continuity and disaster recovery; disclosure and the ability of regulators to obtain general information; and antitrust considerations. In addition, these regul...

    ...For example, many entities retain financial records within ... against registrant failures and misfeasance, and the resulting losses to customers and other ...

  • ..., that they are liable for acts of misfeasance positively injurious to individuals, done by ...511, 515-516 (1837), for example, Chief Justice Shaw explained:. "There is a ...

  • All of the standard substantive first-year law courses seem to address a basic legal category. All, that is, save one. Property is about the relationship of persons to things that can be owned and alienated. Criminal Law, at its core, concerns rules so important that their violation elicits from the state its harshest action: punishment. The odd man out, it seems, is Torts. As it tends to be taught today, Torts is accident-law-plus. Its most noted chestnuts involve claims for negligence or strict liability. The goal of this article is to put people back on track, not just pedagogically but theoretically. Tort is indeed a basic category of law. To see this, however, one must abandon the notion, now deeply entrenched, that tort law is law for allocating the costs of accidents. As its name...

    ... - land, chattels, and patents, for example. Criminal Law, at its core, concerns rules so ... in negligence law is the misfeasancenonfeasance distinction. A defendant who carelessly causes a ...

  • ... alerted Regions to Stokes's theft--for example, commingling customer accounts and small, "odd ... idea whether the bank is liable for misfeasance under state law. The case against the bank has ...

  • In what doubtless was meant to be a rhetorical question, The Washington Times posed the query, "What if Kevin Jennings were a Republican?" ("Sex scandal double standard," Opinion, Tuesday). To embellish the point, the editorial first references media coverage of former Republican Rep. Mark Foley's page escapades as an example of a "blizzard of coverage." It then goes on to laud the Fox News Channel as the sole media outlet willing to investigate current allegations of misfeasance on the part of Mr. Jennings, President Obama's "safe schools czar. Fortunately, your editorial question need not remain rhetorical, as we have a definitive answer. While the Foley affair was breaking, on Oct. 3, 2006, that same Fox News Channel, on its highest-rated show, "The O'Reilly Factor," labeled Mr. Fol...

  • ... been no negligence or other form of "misfeasance or nonfeasance," 346 U.S., at 45, on the part of ... or debris from dynamite blasting, for example, is recognized by an overwhelming majority of ...

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