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Old June 7, 2011, 08:12 PM   #73
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I think that if a corporation has rules that specificaly benefits an assailants crime against another person, the corporation should be held as an accessory. Its the same as an accomplice tying your hands imo.
I have noticed an increase lately, in the "comparative and/or contributory negligence" legal doctrine, where compensatory cases are involved.
I wonder if there is a flip side to this tactic, that could benefit one in this gentleman's position?
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