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Average Life The time-weighed for a stream of principal cash flows. See weighted average life.
Average Ticket The average dollar amount of a merchant's typical sale. The average ticket amount is calculated by dividing the total sales volume by the total number of sales for the specified time period.
Acknowledgment Of Satisfaction Of Judgment a form signed by the judgment creditor that states that the debtor (the debtor) have paid the judgment debt in full
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Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
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Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley A Professional Corporation
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Experience Ms. Almassi's practice focuses on business and employment related matters. She has extensive litigation experience in claims of wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, defamation, invasion of privacy and breach of contract. She also advises clients on a full range of business and employment issues, including contract negotiations (employment, severance, stock options, partnership, joint venture), employee performance and termination, wage and hour, privacy, indep
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Haynes & Boone, LLP
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Kirton & McConkie A Professional Corporation
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Mr. Isaacson is Chair of the firm's International Section. He advises domestic and foreign businesses and not-for-profit organizations regarding all aspects of international trade and business, with specific emphasis in Latin America. Mr. Isaacson previously served as International Legal Counsel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, supervising all of the church's legal work in South America. As part of this position, he managed international real estate acquisitions and construc
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Mr. Lamb is a member of Kirton McConkie's International, Corporate and Tax Sections. His practice focuses on both domestic corporate transactions and cross border international transactions. After spending time at a large multi-national law firm in Phoenix and then Atlanta, Mr.Lamb moved back to Salt Lake City and joined the firm in 2008. Experience · Represented a large public company in the acquisition of private Chinese companies · Established consumer product distribution channels in China
According to a January 7, 2010 article by Bloomberg entitled: Jurors Turn Against Companies in 2009 Product-Defect Cases - In March of 2009, a U.S. Supreme Court decision held that federal regulatory approval of a medicine, and the publication of side-effect information on drug labels, didn’t shield pharmaceutical companies from lawsuits alleging that patients and doctors weren’t sufficiently warned of a drug’s possible harm. Within weeks, judges in federal and state courts in the U.S. allowed more than 250 lawsuits to move forward. They had been delayed while the court considered the issue in the case that was before it, Wyeth v. Levine.
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According to a January 7, 2010 article by Bloomberg entitled: Jurors Turn Against Companies in 2009 Product-Defect Cases - The 2009 tobacco lawsuits stemmed from the largest jury verdict in U.S. history -- the $145 billion punitive-damages award in 2000 against the industry in a class action filed on behalf of Florida smokers. After that verdict was reversed and smokers were told they could not sue as a group, individual smokers were allowed to bring claims. Their trials started in 2009. Eight of the 10 tobacco cases decided last year were won by plaintiffs, according to data by the Tobacco Products Liability Project. Thousands remain, with 40 set for trial in 2010.
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According to a January 7, 2010 article by Bloomberg entitled: Jurors Turn Against Companies in 2009 Product-Defect Cases - Last year did reveal some bright spots for corporate defendants with a continued decline in the size of punitive- damage awards. Punitives, assessed in addition to compensatory damages, are meant to punish the company for bad conduct and serve as a warning to others. The 10 biggest punitive damages verdicts against corporations totaled less than $1 billion for the second straight year.
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